Psychologist David Lewis from the Bilkent University conducted 2 experiments. The first group of men was tasked with assessing the attractiveness of women in photos whose shapes had been changed in the waist area with the help of digital technologies (different angles of flexure were shown). The men considered flexure that had a 45-degree angle to be the most attractive. In the second test, the scientist decided to find out whether the examinees prefer this option because it makes butts look more protruding or whether the beauty lies in the flexure itself. This test showed that it’s the flexure itself that attracts men and the size of butts, in this case, doesn’t matter at all.
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