According to Cadell, women who find breast stimulation erotic might want to explore what she calls “nipple orgasms.” She tells us, “Nipple stimulation activates the same area of the brain as the clitoris, so that intense pleasure can be enjoyed tremendously.” Interestingly enough, researchers at the University of Vienna found that large breasts were actually around 24 percent less sensitive than small breasts.Alan Matarasso, a New York City-based plastic surgeon, explained to Men’s Health, "This is probably because the nerve that transmits sensation from the nipple is stretched." For the big-breasted woman who has grown tired of the attention, breathe easy.
Of course, it doesn’t always work out that way.” Sex and relationship expert Ava Cadell explained to Alter Net, “Many men presume that women with large breasts are more sexual than women with small breasts,” adding, “Obviously this is a myth.
Sex drive has nothing to do with breast size.” So no, big-breasted women are not necessarily more sexual than their smaller-breasted counterparts, they just seem a little easier to sexualize.
Now we could dwell on the fact that these various winners are not gym-sculpted Adonnises themselves, but instead I want to focus on the positive and work on people’s lives instead of trying to stroke the hate-boner.
Besides, the best revenge is living well and there’s nothing quite like seeing the underdog succeed despite all of his or her disadvantages. The cognitive dissonance Now, I’m going to be blunt: dating can suck when you’re fat.
The pair found that breasts were considered sexually important in only 13 of those cultures, and of those, just nine preferred large breasts. If we weren’t already wired to find breasts sexually appealing, we’ve done a pretty good job of convincing ourselves they are.
If you’re reading this from Anywhere, America, you might join me in assuming the U. And while bigger is by no means better, certain trends seem to suggest that a good portion of Americans seem to think size matters a great deal.
British researchers Viren Swami and Martin Tovee believe it has something to do with “resource insecurity,” or the inability to access the tools needed to survive.
In their experiments, wealthy men, as well as those who had just eaten, rated smaller breasts as more attractive.
As sex therapist Susan Block writes, “Breasts are far more essential to nurturing than to sexual intercourse.” Still, they almost always make their way into the conversation.
Block told us in an email, “In general, men (and women…but especially men) tend to believe that if someone’s body (or even just one of their body parts) arouses them, then that person is also aroused.