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But why? Why are fellas so obsessed with this certain part of the female physique? We have a feeling this will be interesting….
It can help with body image anxiety. Now, her latest work puts vulvas and vaginas in the spotlight thanks to her new book Womanhood: The Bare Reality and forthcoming Channel 4 documentary: Vaginas. And when women share intimate photos and deeply personal experiences relating to their vaginas, the result is a tender yet taboo-exploding message of women reclaiming their womanhood.
How many times have we seen a man talking to a curvaceous woman only to have her point to her own eyes and say "Hey, buddy, up here! It's funny -- or, at least, it was funny the first dozen times we saw it -- because it's true. The male eye does have a way of drifting south.
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!
Don't forget to pin this story for later and follow Redbook on Pinterest for more sex and relationship advice. We all know that every time a man gives us the once-over, he's probably thinking about sex. But now, science can explain why men are constantly checking us out.
The biological function of breasts is to feed babies and give life, but somewhere along the way, our boobies became so much more. Along with your size, each shape supposedly dictates the type of bra you should wear. But then I got to thinking: Why stop at just seven shapes?
Show less While there is nothing wrong with having a small chest, many flat-chested women often feel self-conscious about their distinct lack of upper curves. A small bust can be both beautiful and sexy, however, even by societal standards.
They create an unflattering comparison but also an unobtainable ideal. I wanted to rehumanise women through honest photography. Dodsworth interviewed each woman at length, starting by asking them how they felt about their breasts.