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British Women Would Sacrifice Intelligence For Big Breasts

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British Women Would Sacrifice Intelligence For Big Breasts

New study shows women desire larger breasts and better looks….

A new British study suggests that almost half of young women aged 18 to 25 would prefer to have large breasts than a high IQ, with a third of participants saying they would gladly exchange.

The figured also revealed that 25 percent said having bigger breasts would make them feel happier, and 57 percent believed the men would be more attracted to them if they have bigger breasts, compared to just 43 percent who said men would be more interested in them if they had a higher IQ.

Unsurprisingly, the study also found that 40 per cent of the participants would rather have a ‘slim figure’ than high intelligence, and almost the same percentage said they would swap IQ for an ideal dress size.

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British Women Would Sacrifice IQ For Big Boobs

The study, which included 1,142 women, has alarmed women’s groups, who have blamed the growing obsession with celebrity culture as well as an increased acceptance of plastic surgery, for shaping the thinking of young women. Kat Banyard from women’s group UK Feminista said:

‘Women face now unprecedented pressures to focus on their body…

‘Industries that focus on the way women look are flourishing – and that means that from a very early age, women are taught that the way they look matters more than what they do…

‘The consequences of this can manifest in eating disorders or extreme measures such as plastic surgery…

‘These figures show that women still loathe their bodies on an industrial scale.’ [Daily Mail]

The study also looked at relationships and found that most women felt men ‘valued’ intelligence in women, but also said looking attractive was more important. Almost 80 percent also felt they were judged more on appearance than their intelligence, and almost 50 percent believed that being attractive would help further their career.

Mamta Saha, psychologist, said:

‘Celebrity culture is much more accessible than it ever was before. We are bombarded with images of beautiful women with enhanced features such as full lips and large chests…

‘It’s easy to look at these women and make the connection between the way they look and success – but this can turn into an unhealthy fixation…

‘Beauty will always fade, so it’s important to work on having high self-esteem internally.’


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  1. Eleanor Harding: The Jordan effect: Third of young women would swap IQ for larger breasts. Daily Mail UK, 03/02/2012.

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