They were then shown line drawings of a woman, featuring a frontal view.These drawings were equipped with clickable “sliders” so that the men could adjust the woman's breast, waist, and hip proportions. is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Washington, DC, and an expert on relationships, managing anxiety and stress, and building health and resilience. Mehta provides speaking engagements for your organization and psychotherapy for adults.If beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder, this research offers some novel insights as to why men perceive women as they do. Archives of Sexual Behavior: doi: 10.1007/s10508-012-9964-0. Swami V, Tovée MJ (2013) Resource Security Impacts Men’s Female Breast Size Preferences.
We live in a culture which believes and lives justifications and lies, this passes for the truth, every woman who gets a boob job is an idiot. WHY OF COURSE MEN DON`T LIE TO WOMEN ABOUT THEIR PREFERRED BUST SIZE TO GET LAID AND USE WOMEN , WE DON`T LIVE IN A CULTURE THAT SAYS BEING EMOTIONALLY IRRESPONSIBLE IS THE EXCEPTED NORM , THIS HAS NEVER HAPPENED , NEVER, WHY , OH WHY , ARE THERE MEN WHO CAN LOOK AT THEMSELVES AND NOTICE THIS IS A BIG TIT MAN`S CULTURE AND IT IS , HOW IS IT YOU AS A MAN HAVE NEVER NOTICED MEN`S OBSESSION WITH BIG TITS AND YOU HAVE NOT.?
HOW IS IT PSYCHOLOGY TODAY HAS NEVER NOTICED THIS, OH IT IS ONLY BECAUSE THEY ARE HUNGRY, HOW DOES THIS EXPLAIN ASS MEN`S IDEALS IN THE BLACK CULTURE?
No, many guys are pretty vocal about their breast size preferences.
But you are right that many guys would be down with whatever you bring to the table -- but it just wouldn't be their ideal preference.
These participants were shown a series of five animated female figures that varied only in terms of of breast size, and then rated them for physical attractiveness on a five-point scale. The men from the low socioeconomic background rated bigger breasts as more attractive than did men from the medium socioeconomic background, who in turn endorsed larger breasts as more appealing than men from the high socioeconomic background. In the second experiment, the researchers compared the breast size ratings of 66 hungry versus 58 satiated male university students to test whether food security impacted their preferences.