Why do straight men devote so much headspace to those big, bulbous bags of fat drooping from women's chests? Scientists have never satisfactorily explained men's curious breast fixation, but theorists are gonna theorize. Mammary glands are a defining feature of mammals, but humans seem unique in granting mammaries a large sexual role.
It's said that 80 percent of women are wearing the wrong sized bra. Give the girls the respect and support they deserve by getting a fitting and finding the best, most comfortable bras for you. Not only will you feel better, the right bra can make you instantly look leaner.
Samira Mighty has decided to open up for the first time about a breast cancer scare that has got her booked into theatre next week to remove a growing lump from her left boob. She went on Love Island, won over the nation, came home, forged a career in the spotlight…and then this year noticed it was back. And bigger.
Can being hit in the breast cause cancer? Do deodorants raise your risk? Is there a link between breast cancer and bras? An injury, such as falling or being hit in the chest, will not cause breast cancer.
It's a truth universally acknowledged: most guys love breasts. Whether they're big or small, perky or slightly saggy, or real or surgically enhanced, boobs are incredibly awesome, and they're a lot of fun to play with. So you probably want to know how to play with them in a way that's pleasurable for both you and your partner.
Boobs, breasts, nunga nungas or tatas: whatever you wanna cool 'em, having them is pretty cool. But if you've found yourself wondering, ' why are my boobs sore? So here's some expert advice on what it is your breasts might be trying to tell you about your health:.
Skip navigation! Story from Body. Maybe you were putting your bra on in the morning, reaching for something in a top cabinet, or getting a hugwhen you first noticed it — an annoying twinge of pain in one or both of your breasts.
I heard that soaking them with cold water firms the tissue. Is that legitimate? Are there other nonsurgical things to do aside from wearing a supportive bra?