These days, women with small breasts are embracing their cup size. Less and less women are looking for padded bras, according to Ellen Shing, owner of an online lingerie boutique. Now, science is backing up what these ladies have known all along. Here are 3 reasons having small breasts is beneficial:
You Feel More Pleasure
A University of Vienna study found that bigger breasts are sometimes less sensitive than smaller ones. “Larger breasts have more fatty tissue than glandular tissue, which is the most sensitive part,” says sexologist Rachael Ross, MD, PhD. “With smaller breasts, the glands are easier to stimulate during foreplay because they’re not underneath a fatty layer.”
They Keep You Healthy
Having a smaller set does your body good in other ways too. “In self-exams, it’s easier to detect a lump in the back of smaller breasts, since there are fewer layers to feel through,” says oncologist Marisa Weiss, president and founder of breastcancer.org. And small breasts can also save your neck. Larger boobs are heavier, and that puts pressure on the body. “It alters a woman’s posture so her neck is strained and she’s more likely to have headaches,” says Dr. Weiss.
You Look Younger, Longer
Back in caveman days, men needed a way to tell a woman’s age. “They had to look at physical signs,” says Satoshi Kanazawa, PhD, an evolutionary psychologist. The giveaway: her mammary glands. “Larger breasts sag over time, so it was an indicator that a woman was older,” says Kanazawa. “It’s more difficult to assess a woman’s age if she has smaller breasts.” Since your breasts are less affected by gravity, they’ll stay sexy for way longer. SOURCE
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