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Research on effect of female curves on men
Research on effect of female curves on men
Research on effect of female curves on men
Research on effect of female curves on men
Research on effect of female curves on men
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  • 1. Research On Effect Of Female Curves On Men
  • 2. <ul><li>Research reveals that watching a curvaceous woman can feel like a reward in the brain of men (much as drinking alcohol or taking drugs).
  • 3. These findings might help explain the tendency men show toward pornography.
  • 4. Shapely hips in women are linked with fertility and overall health.
  • 5. It makes sense evolutionarily speaking that studies across cultures have shown men typically find hourglass figures sexy. </li></ul>
  • 6. <ul><li>Researchers had 14 men, average age 25, rate how attractive they found pictures of the naked big booty of seven women before and after cosmetic surgery.
  • 7. The surgery gave them more shapely hips.
  • 8. These operations did not reduce weight but just redistributed it
  • 9. Fat harvested from the waists was implanted into the buttocks. </li></ul>
  • 10. <ul><li>Brain scans revealed that seeing post-surgery women activated parts of the brain linked with rewards
  • 11. These brain parts included regions associated with responses to drugs and alcohol.
  • 12. It&apos;s not especially surprising that evolution wired the male brain to find attractive bodies rewarding. </li></ul>
  • 13. <ul><li>These findings could help further our understanding pornography addiction and related disorders, such as erectile dysfunction in the absence of pornography
  • 14. These findings could also lend to the scientific inquiry about sexual infidelity.
  • 15. Changes in a woman&apos;s body-mass index or BMI — a common measure of body fat — only really affected brain areas linked to simple visual evaluations of size and shape. </li></ul>
  • 16. <ul><li>It seems that body fat influences judgments of female beauty due more to societal norms than brain wiring.
  • 17. The media portrays women as wholly too skinny. It&apos;s not just about body fat, or body mass index.
  • 18. Future research could also investigate the effects that attractive figures have on the female brain.
  • 19. Women find similar optimally attractive female bodies as attention-grabbing, albeit for different reasons. </li></ul>
  • 20. <ul><li>Women size up other women in an effort to determine their own relative attractiveness and to maintain mate guarding.
  • 21. In reality, men are solely programmed by their biology, nor women without optimal design should just give up on finding a “mate”. </li></ul>