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The web is buzzing with Keira Knightley rumors that emphasize the young starlets choice not to undergo a digital boobjob. Keira has long been an icon of small-chest acceptance websites, a growing support network online, and this move will further solidify her as a good role model.

As previously mentioned, Keira says she doesn't support airbrushing in publicity photos because she wants to be a good role model for self acceptance. While she did have her boobs digitally altered to a C cup in the movie King Arthur, and enhanced again in a Chanel perfume print campaign, she was decided she no longer wants to be an advocate for poor body image.

Not necessarily spurred by Keira Knightley, but a range of websites have popped up that support women with smaller breasts. The flat chested women give each other support, offer words of encouragement and remind each other they are beautiful. They display photos of flat chested celebrities like Keira Knightley, Sienna Miller, Kate Hudson, Cameron Diaz, Nicole Richie and older celebrities like Calista Flockhart, Michelle Pfeiffer and Debra Messing, to boost each other's confidence that small is beautiful too.

Listaholic, for example, has a list of 75 Celebrities With Small Boobs and Flat Chests.

Other support sites for tiny tatas:

"I Have Small Boobs and Love Them" Stories from The Experience Project
ShowBiz slideshow of 40 Celebs with Small Boobs
"I (heart) Small Boobs" notebooks on CafePress