Monday, December 24, 2012
A study by a Chicago university sociologist of 1,200 women found that large-breasted women tend to be more intelligent
The study divided the women into five groups ranging from virtually flat-chested to extra-large breasts. The results revealed that the big-breasted women had an overall higher I.Q.—about 10 points—than the lesser endowed members of the study. Women with average-sized breasts also beat out those that were in the smallest size group. Surveys of women about their appearance have shown that about 42% are unhappy with the way they look. For many, their breast size is the first change they'd make. It doesn't seem to matter the social-economic group, educational level, or their careers, their breast size remains the number one issue. A leading research website found that just 17% of 1,650 male respondents thought that the ideal breast size for a woman is below a C cup. A whopping 83% wanted a woman with larger, or significantly larger breasts. The Chicago sociologists believe that their study suggests intelligent men prefer larger-breasted women for reproductive partners because the offspring from the union would be more likely to produce more intelligent children and pass on the genes for large breasts to girls and higher intelligence to both sons and daughters.