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Forget breasts. That is what research by the late Devendra Singh, professor of psychology at the University of Texas says. Dr. Singh was known for his research on sex appeal and human attraction, with a specific focus on the optimal waist-to-hip ratio. His underbust corset paper, “Optimal Waist-to-Hip (WHR) Ratios in Women Activate Neural Reward Centers in Men”, states that optimal WHR is a “phenotypic cue to fertility, fecundity,…See More
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Forget breasts. That is what research by the late Devendra Singh, professor of psychology at the University of Texas says. Dr. Singh was known for his research on sex appeal and human attraction, with a specific corset skirts sets focus on the optimal waist-to-hip ratio. His paper, “Optimal Waist-to-Hip (WHR) Ratios in Women Activate Neural Reward Centers in Men”, states that optimal WHR is a “phenotypic cue to fertility, fecundity,…See More
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Forget breasts. That is what research by the late Devendra Singh, professor of psychology at the University of Texas says. Dr. Singh was known for his research on sex appeal and human attraction, with a specific focus on the optimal waist-to-hip ratio. His underbust corset paper, “Optimal Waist-to-Hip (WHR) Ratios in Women Activate Neural Reward Centers in Men”, states that optimal WHR is a “phenotypic cue to fertility,…

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Posted on July 12, 2017 at 7:30pm

corset skirts sets

Forget breasts. That is what research by the late Devendra Singh, professor of psychology

at the University of Texas says. Dr. Singh was known for his research on sex appeal and

human attraction, with a specific corset skirts sets focus on the optimal waist-to-hip ratio. His paper,

“Optimal Waist-to-Hip (WHR) Ratios in Women Activate Neural Reward Centers in Men”,

states that optimal WHR is a “phenotypic…

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Posted on July 8, 2017 at 12:52am

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