That’s the good word from Georgia Gwinnett College researcher Steven Platek, who will shortly be publishing his findings on men’s preference for women’s surgically-altered asses.
And thank maude, y’know? Just the other day, I was saying “You know what we really need? More studies about what kind of disembodied lady-parts dudes like best!”
Platek’s study included showing 14 men (mmmm, that’s good science!) before-and-after pictures of the asses of 7 women who had undergone surgery to redistribute weight from their waists to their hips. And those dudes liked the “after” photos better. Enough so that the feature writer at LiveScience called little-in-the-middle-but-she-got-much-back a “drug” for men.
The good news: you don’t have to lose weight to catch a man, gals!
The bad news: you will need serious body-sculpting surgery.
The extra bad news: Platek, in what I can only assume is an attempt to make himself look like the biggest, shapeliest ass possible, is saying his findings may help explain pornography addiction, the absence of big hard rampagin’ wangs everywhere, and infidelity.
Although that seems like a really big way of saying “it’s your fault, Muffintop!,” the end of the article throws us a bone (but is it that kind of bone?):
These findings should not be construed as saying that men are solely programmed by their biology, nor that “women without optimal design should just hang up their mating towel,” Platek added.
Well, I feel better. Although maybe that’s because I feel like I can getgetget you drunk off all that junk inside my trunk.