DESPITE breasts being relatively common place in the world, with around half the population sporting a pair, they are often a controversial topic. Ranging from whether you want a mountain or a molehill or if you can your fill from a handful, it seems the world is divided. The source of debate, arguments and even the occasional break-up, it is time we put the discussion to bed once and for all.
Hello, gentlemen. Boobs can be a topic of conversation any day on the Gregorian Calendar, but today is a special, because science seems to have found out what the most attractive breast size is on a woman actually is. Hooray for science!
A couple months ago in Moscow, a billboard featuring giant breasts caused more than car accidents. Nobody was seriously injured, but it did reinforce a stereotype about guys' tastes. The truth is more complicated, however.
If Jessica Simpson is bent on making her second marriage work, this may not be the best way to go about it. Men have always been attracted to large breasts, and her husband-to-be, former NFL player Eric Johnson, is probably no different. But what about poor Eric?
She is a homebody who's vacationed out of the country once—because I dragged her to the Bahamas for our 21st birthdays—while I once lived abroad and make an overseas voyage at least twice a year. She's married; I'm divorced. K lives in sweats, but I live for pearls.
When it comes to boobsis there really a best boob size? Which ones really are the best? Traditionally, we are all taught through the media that the bigger, the better.
Mate preferences are context-dependent and may vary with different ecological conditions and raters. As predicted, men with higher SOI-R scores unrestricted generally gave higher ratings than did men who scored lower on the SOI-R restrictedbut the difference was significant only at larger breast sizes. We also found that medium to large sizes were rated as the most attractive by both male groups and that viewing angle changed rating of female attractiveness and breast presented in oblique view were rated generally higher than in side view. The results of the study indicate that sociosexuality influences male perception of female breast attractiveness and confirm that accentuation of female-specific physical traits produces a stronger response in unrestricted than in restricted men.
They think that men prefer large breasts, and if you don't got it, they don't want it. For some men, this may be true, but a recent study has found that size actually isn't as important to a man's breast preference as once thought. While size does make a difference, researchers found that it is the shape that matters more when judging a woman's attractiveness from a male's perspective.