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I don't know what it's like to have small boobs. For me, small breasts were never a thing. First, there were no breasts and then the breasts were legion.
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This is not comedy, this is reality. I was self-conscious of the jugs that had sprung forth seemingly overnight, bent on ravaging my nine-year-old frame. My mom, a large-chested woman herself, took my development in stride. Based on the way my breasts suddenly made me visible to the opposite sex, I figured she must be on to something.
It wasn't until later in life when I heard the phrase "more than a handful is a waste" and began to wonder about the particular charms of small breasts. If a woman's breast can perfectly cup in a man's hand, men find them attractive. Men also find women with small breasts to be more attractive, as smaller breasts look more symmetrical and men are subconsciously attracted to symmetry.
What does it mean if you have small breasts?
Smaller breasts can also sag less and therefore feel more firm, which is what the men in the study favored more than size. Another study from the University of Vienna found that smaller breasts are more sensitive; large-breasted women have 24 percent less sensitivity than smaller breasts.
Small breasts also have less fatty tissue, which means they are easier to stimulate during foreplay. That means more motion, feeling, and fun for women with small breasts. Breast size is all about genetics. If your mother's side of the family all were flat-chested, you are more likely to as well, and vice versa.
A woman's breast size is hereditary and determined by individual set of genes and body type. For women who want a bigger cup, there's the option of breast augmentation or breast implant surgery, which gives women with smaller breasts the look of larger breasts with breast implants.
Women with smaller breasts might want to get a boob job to boost self-esteem and help with body image issues if they feel insecure about their chest size. The perks of having small breasts are endless. Women with small breasts are more likely to have more pleasure during foreplay, attract wealthier mendon't have the fear of saggy breasts or back pain, and can exercise with no problems.
The other major plus is being able to detect breast cancer easier; smaller breasts have fewer layers of tissue in front of them, so it's easier to detect any lumps and catch breast cancer early on. They can also easily wear button-up shirts and V-necks without having to worry about their breasts popping out.
Some men preferred small breasts, although I've never had an occasion to discuss it with these gentlemen. As a plucky sex writer, I had the opportunity to talk to men and women who love breasts and get them to open up. And open they did.
If I can't, it's probably things like tattoos, crazy hairstyles, or, if lacking those, clothes that reveal parts of her body. I like looking in windows made by clothing at the flesh beneath.
Do men like small breasts?
Generally, I probably instinctually pick up on the usual social metrics like age, class, group identity, and likely availability. I try to consciously determine how they're presenting themselves, how they want to be seen professional, flirty, athletic.
If you mean physically, overall figure and what's being accented by their attire usually draws my eye and figuring out if that accent is intentional or not, 'please notice my breasts' vs. In American culture, this usually means breasts or at least cleavage. Probably smaller breasts, because they're easier to play with. There are nice things about each.
But I don't have a type. I like to appreciate each woman's unique beauty. Which sounds like a soap commercial, but it's sincere.
If forced to choose, I prefer full breasts over small, but ratio mismatch can be unattractive; a woman with an overall trim dancer's build is more attractive to me than one with the same narrow frame but large breasts. I just like the breasts. They also tend to have more predictable movement, so it's easier to rub or suck a nipple in the heat of the moment.
I don't generally care about physical qualities, as long as we are both healthy and happy. I would guess there are a lot of health benefits from smaller breasts, or maybe I'm just a punk and rebel society telling me big breasts is what is preferable. Rebecca Jane Stokes is a writer and the Senior Editor of Pop Culture at Newsweek with a passion for lifestyle, geek news, and true crime.
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