Why do men love breasts so much?
Attraction of men for women’s breasts :
There are several theories explaining the attraction of men for women’s breasts.
The latest, proposed by psychologist Larry Young, defends the idea that it would come from a particular neural circuit used to promote the attachment of a mother for her baby during breastfeeding, but also to her partner which stimulates the chest during intercourse. By caressing the breasts, men would push women to love them more …
It is common knowledge:
It is common knowledge that men love women’s breasts. But why ? Not everyone agrees on this point. Some believe, for example, that ais perceived as fertile and able to properly feed her baby.
According to Larry young a psychologist :
But Larry Young, a psychologist atand Brian Alexander, a journalist and writer, disagree. They defend their point of view in a book called The chemistry between us and explain that everything would be governed by a that is established in women to facilitate attachment to their little one during .
It would also be borrowed when, in a sexual intercourse a man caresses the chest of his partner, which would push her to focus her attention and heron her lover …
The attraction for breasts, a story of… brains
Larry Young specializes in the study of the neurological bases of complex social behaviors. He explains that at the time of , when the baby sucks on his mother’s nipple, the latter sees her flooded with a called , famous because it is strongly associated with love and attachment. Thus, the woman gives all her affection to her little one.
Important role of chest:
The chest also plays an important role during sexual intercourse and actively participates in. Caresses on this region have been shown to activate the same regions of the brain as of the or .
And as for infants who eat, the delicate gestures of a lover induce a massiveof . The target of female attention, in this case, is none other than her partner.
Both sexes have to gain:
Love the breasts, the essence of man?
But why should Man be the only exception from the animal world? The authors of the book provide their explanations. On the one hand, in, 97% of the are not monogamous *, which already eliminates a good number of species.
Then, the difference would come from our particularity toface to face, which is not found in other monogamous mammals.
The vole, for example, climbs on theof its female, whose udders are directed downwards. No possibility of reaching them during the sexual intercourse, therefore the behavior was not selected by the evolution.
The theory is attractive, but not unanimous. Because Man is a being of nature, but also of.
Thus, the anthropologist Fran Mascia-Lees, of(New Brunswick, United States), cannot be in total agreement with the theses of Young and Alexander. Indeed, it signals that not all men are attracted to breasts.
She evokes, for example, these traditional societies in Africa in whichwander topless without arousing any particular interest from the male members of the troop.
The debate could therefore be a little more complex and perhaps not be limited to simplenetworks …
* The human species cannot be considered as strict monogamous. Aside from the issues of, according to the periods or the regions of the world, polygamy existed and still exists. Just think of the Ottoman harems or the multiple marriages of Mormon men.
Likewise, Man does not only practice face-to-face sex and has developed many practices and fantasies for the purpose of pleasure, because in him (as in others), sexuality is not just reproduction business.
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