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Lust is a feeling that alters the chemicals in our brains.
Hormones like testosterone, pheromones, and
androgens all factor into how lust is experienced.
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This is also a part of our natural biological
processes and the human instinct to procreate.
What are some signs that you may be experiencing
lust and not love? You may be feeling lust if
you relate to any of the following characteristics:
- If your feelings are only sexual in nature
- If someone becomes less attractive after you recognize their flaws
- If you do not have any desire to build a deeper connection with the person you experience lust toward
- The relationship is short-lived
- You want to become intimate with the person who inspired the feelings in you
- You are extremely attracted to somebody on a physical level
- Your heart rate increases
- Your palms may perspire
- You experience butterflies around someone
- You want to touch the person frequently
- You want to leave after having sex with somebody instead of staying to spend time with them
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Love, Lust & Female Libido
If we measure arousal and desire more accurately,
a woman’s libido is no weaker than a man’s.
Women struggle with monogamy more than men do.
It’s women, not men, who are “wired” for promiscuity.
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The female body is seen as a source of aesthetic pleasure,
sexual attraction, fertility, and reproduction.
There are wide differences in what would be
considered an ideal or preferred body shape,
both for attractiveness and for health reasons.
Estrogens have a significant impact on a female’s
body shape. They are produced in both men and women,
but their levels are significantly higher in women,
especially in those of reproductive age.
Besides other functions, estrogens promote
the development of female secondary sexual
characteristics, such as breasts and hips.
As a result of estrogens, during puberty,
girls develop breasts and their hips widen.
Working against estrogen, the presence of
testosterone in a pubescent female inhibits
breast development and promotes muscle development.
Female shapes in the fashion industry
Body shapes are often categorised in the fashion industry
into one of four elementary geometric shapes, though there
are very wide ranges of actual sizes within each shape:
The waist measurement is less than 9 inches (23 cm), smaller
than the hips and bust measurement.
Body fat is distributed predominantly in the abdomen, buttocks,
chest, and face. This overall fat distribution creates the
typical ruler (straight) shape.
Athletic shaped women have broad(er) shoulders compared with
their (narrower) hips. The legs and thighs tend to be slim,
while the chest looks larger compared with the rest of the body.
Fat is mainly distributed in the chest and face.
The hip measurement is greater than the bust measurement.
The distribution of fat varies, with fat tending to deposit
first in the buttocks, hips, and thighs.
As body fat percentage increases, an increasing proportion
of body fat is distributed around the waist and upper abdomen.
The women of this body type tend to have a relatively larger rear,
thicker thighs, and a small(er) bosom.
Hourglass or X shape (triangles opposing, facing in)
The hips and bust are almost of equal size with a narrow waist.
Body fat distribution tends to be around both the upper body
and lower body. This body type enlarges the arms, chest, hips,
and rear before other parts, such as the waist and upper abdomen.