In fact, that very possibility might explain why something like 60 percent of the adult population has never once, in our entire boring little lives, dared to have anal sex, let alone place our tongue, however gingerly, on or about the butt hole of another person. I get that. And for straight men, the numbers are even smaller.
Pretty interesting, but do things change when butt size comes into play? To find out, the researchers asked men to look at images of women with different butt sizes and spinal curves. Turns out, the men were turned on by women whose spinal curvature was closest to 45 degrees, regardless of the size of their rear.
Image: Wikimedia Commons. Trump boarded the Marine 1 helicopter on Thursday, and on his way in, a photographer snapped the photo that shook the world:. That, I'm sure you'll agree, is a fairly thicc booty, which is not something I see on a man often.
This question came about recently when my SO asked me about it. Almost every time I see her standing in the kitchen or somewhere that her back is to me I inevitably sneak up behind her and get some play in on the butt or just stand their like a child fixated on a new toy. I have some sort of fascination with grabbing her ass, it doesn't really bring me any pleasure
Women with big butts have always been attractive, but a new study has found that it's not the actual rear end that men find most appealing about this body type. Psychology researchers at Turkey's Bilkent University presented pictures of women's silhouettes with different degrees of spine curvature to men, Daily Mail reports. The majority of them were partial to a spine curvature of
According to Sir Mix-a-Lot, if you don't got buns then his anaconda don't want none. As a woman who definitely does not have "back," this always sort of made me feel left out. While it's been over 20 years since Sir Mix-a-Lot sang those immortal lyrics, the discussion of big butts is still on the table, especially thanks to Kim Kardashian, who, in her own right, has pretty much cornered the market.
Butts are definitely having a momentand now science might actually have an answer to why we're all about that bass. Researchers at Bilkent University in Turkey showed men silhouettes of women's bodies and asked to rank them in order of preference. They found that the men were most attracted to women whose spines curved exactly 45 degrees above the top of their butts, but that the men were actually more attracted to the spinal curve — known as vertebral wedging — than the butts themselves. The researchers say that having "extra mass around the buttocks" enhanced the appearance of the curvature.
It's a glorious time to be an ass man: Nicki Minaj exists, yoga pants are a thing, and women everywhere are squatting their way to more shapely backsides. But of course, your obsession with the female butt is nothing new. In fact, it's primal, says David Buss, Ph.