I'm very insecure about my breath because I don't have nipples, or at least not protruding ones. Is that normal? Will I still be able to breast feed?

Probably. Most women have no problems breastfeeding. The trick is to get the tip of your nipple to the back of the baby's mouth while he is feeding to truly compress the milk ducts. A lactation consultant can help with technique when the baby is born to get you off to a good start! .