I assumed by your comment you wanted this screened.
And no, I don't think you should stop wearing corsets, especially if you find that they give you extra support and comfort. A chunk of what I'm reacting to is that, as they've become more common, the amount of thought going into what to wear with them has declined.
Corsets are a bit like cloaks. Both can look really good as a part of a well-thought out outfit.
Cloaks looking fucking ridiculous when worn with jeans and a t-shirt, or worse, a tartan flannelette shirt *shudders*
And, as with my nudity post
, the attitude behind the wearing makes a difference to my perceptions, too. Get two identical women, both have very large breasts, put them each of them in identical outfits with corsets. One is happy and feels nice and sexy in her outfit, and likes what the corset does for her figure and cleavage, the other is very aware of how her breasts now jut out, and wants other people to be just as aware, wants
them staring at her tits and endeavours to show them off as much as possible. If the former occasionally does something deliberate to emphasize her breasts, I'll find it cute or cheeky. With the latter, it's already become tiresome after five minutes.
Of course I'm speaking totally personally here, many people may love the second example more. But this is my LJ, and my preference :)
To me, a person who is really comfortable with their body and sexuality doesn't need to get attention by demanding it. They will get the attention simply by being who they are.