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Why do straight men devote so much headspace to those big, bulbous bags of fat drooping from women's chests?
Scientists have never satisfactorily explained men's curious breast fixation, but theorists are gonna theorize.
When a sexual partner touches, massages or nibbles a woman's breasts, Young said, this triggers the release of oxytocin in the woman's brain, just like what happens when a baby nurses.
But in this context, the oxytocin focuses the woman's attention on her sexual partner, strengthening her desire to bond with this person.
In the cultural view, men aren't so much biologically drawn to breasts as trained from an early age to find them erotic."Obviously, humans can learn to view breasts as sexually attractive.
We can learn to prefer long, pendulous breasts, or upright, hemispherical breasts.
[The Cleavage Countdown: 8 Facts About Breasts]Recent studies have found that nipple stimulation enhances sexual arousal in the great majority of women, and it activates the same brain areas as vaginal and clitoral stimulation.
A 2004 study in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B even found that women with large breasts have higher levels of the hormone estradiol mid-cycle, which could increase fertility. In a 1951 study of 191 cultures, anthropologist Clellan Ford and ethologist Frank Beach reported that breasts were considered sexually important to men in 13 of those cultures. Two — the Azande and Ganda of Africa — found long, pendulous breasts most attractive.
Another two — the Maasai of Africa and Manus of the South Pacific — liked breasts that were upright and "hemispherical," but not necessarily large.
A 2011 study compared men's preferences for breast size, symmetry, and areola size and color in Papua New Guina, Samoa and New Zealand and found that men from Papua New Guinea preferred larger breasts than men from the other two islands.
Because the men surveyed from Papua New Guinea hailed from more of a subsistence culture than the men in Samoa or New Zealand, the results support the idea that in places of scarcity, padded bustlines could signal a well-fed woman with reserves for pregnancy and childrearing, the researchers wrote.