Until recently, psychologists and sociologists “cursed” fashion magazines for their tendentiousness. Like, they publish photos of slender and fit beauties and thereby upset teenage girls of ordinary appearance, who consider themselves “terrible” against the background of models. Gloss, as shown by numerous studies, drove older women into anguish.
The tendency to compare yourself with fashionable images has not gone away, but it has changed radically. This was demonstrated by a study conducted by Sarah McComb and Jennifer Mills of York University in Toronto, Canada. The results of the woman were published in the scientific journal Body Image, which is referred to by the MailOnline portal, which briefly spoke about them.
“Sports” (fit) women are taut, have a proportional physique and relief muscles – especially in the abdomen, hips, buttocks and chest. But the muscles in moderation, which distinguishes them from the “women jocks.” Growth “sports models” can be different. Canadians consider this kind of “ideal” Jillian Michaels (Jillian Michaels) – a coach from the United States, a writer and TV presenter. We could admire Ekaterina Usmanova – fashion model, fitness instructor and Instagram star .
“Luxurious” (slim-thick) – they are also “slim and well-fed”, in the terminology of the researchers, they have wide hips, very massive buttocks, an extensive bust and a thin waist. What makes such women look like an hourglass. Their most famous representative Kim Kardashian (Kim Kardashian). Our Anastasia Kvitko competes worthily with her.
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Sociologists asked the fair sex about how satisfied they are with their bust
The researchers, who were recruited by the British plastic surgery clinic Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, measured the busts of almost 900 women. When measuring, they were interested in their opinion about their bust. Is it easy or difficult to live like this? Does it affect daily life? Does it bring joy? Or, on the contrary, upset? Based on the responses received, the optimal breast size was determined from the point of view of the women themselves.
Most of all satisfied – both with their lives and their own bodies – turned out to be among the owners of breasts of the third size (C). There were 39 percent of them.
Among women whose breasts needed bras with cup sizes four (D) and five (DD), 37 percent were satisfied. The sixth size (E) pleased 29 percent of its owners, and 27 percent adored their second size (B).