Nearly 60 percent explicitly asked to have their nipples touched. As the success of Hooters, “men’s” magazines, a kajillion websites, and about 10,000 years of art tell us, men are extremely drawn to breasts, and not because boys learn on the playground that breasts are something that they should be interested in. In fact, research indicates that when we’re confronted with breasts, or even breast-related stimuli, like bras, we’ll start making bad decisions (and not just to eat at Hooters).For example, in one study, men were offered money payouts.Christina has previously said she's proud of her new "curves," but it's unclear yet if she's too proud to take the money.
Biologically speaking, this human male breast obsession is pretty weird.
Men are the only male mammals fascinated by breasts in a sexual context.
article on the perks (and pitfalls) of being so attractive.
Instead, that's the motto of Miss Travel, a new dating website that pairs wealthy, worldly men with beautiful women who want to explore exciting destinations but lack the means.
Especially when it comes to men trying to write to women.
For all the talk about “The End of Men” and how gender roles have been obliterated and women can write to men first, blahblahblah, here’s what ACTUALLY happened after four months: • The women as a group received over 20 times more messages than the men.
“The expanded horizons offered by online dating don’t equal unrestricted access to a ready and waiting list of beautiful people.
Every man and woman online still has criteria that must be met by people who want to date him or her, and every guy and girl is still in direct competition with every other person of their gender…
Christina Aguilera's Rubenesque physique could pay off in a huuuuge way -- TMZ has learned she's been offered MILLION to be the face of a dating website for "big and beautiful" women.
The person behind the offer is former "America's Next Top Model" winner Whitney Thompson -- the first plus-size model to even win the show.
• The two most attractive women received 83% of all messages.