Originally Posted by mensimageconsultant
A discussion with someone else in the field prompted this. Perhaps because offensive projects don't easily receive funding, it seems no one has researched whether a woman's breast size affects her chances of marrying. There is much evidence that, in both sexes, physical attractiveness affects chances of marriage. For women, presumably breast size (relative to body size) is a factor. On the other hand, breast size might only affect whether a woman marries 'well' or not, and of course some women use padding. What do you think?
I think it's complete bullshit.
First, it completely depends on the man and the culture. In some ethnicities, breasts are much smaller naturally (in Asian women, for instance).
Second, attractiveness is entirely subjective. Some people find really fat people attractive. Some others are probably attracted to amputees. There's really no accounting for taste.
Third, the whole study you suggest would be completely meaningless. Who cares how likely someone is to GET married. The issue is STAYING married. And that has a lot of factors other than looks. There are tons of attractive people out there, and they can have the largest, perkiest breasts you've ever seen. Does that mean that they will make good, lasting, life-long partners? Of course not. Maybe they will get married more readily, and maybe they will have fun for a couple of years. But unless their husbands are marrying them because they are truly compatible and work great as a team, that marriage is not going to last. Bottom line: marry your lifelong partner, not the girl who gives you the biggest boner.