Just caught the correction/apology about the topic above...I'm thinking not only is it NOT true, just the opposite might be true. I've witnessed guys walk into a telephone pole, into traffic, off a curb - they never make eye contact because they're looking only at my 34DDD. They are not augmented and I've considered reduction surgery but until physical problems (mine - like back, neck, etc., not the observers - as mentioned above) justify it I can't afford it! LOVE your program and was a fan before I knew who you were (ADD/ADHD books). Keep up the good work.

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Zenzoe 5 years 27 weeks ago
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Quote Virgo1949:

I've witnessed guys walk into a telephone pole, into traffic, off a curb

Too funny.

And I'm wondering if the same longevity research was done on women looking at male "packages?" Seems like maybe what's good for the gander might be good for the goose as well?

rosiern 5 years 27 weeks ago
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I have to wonder if they documented the same results when men stared at pictures of large breasts? To be scientific, and to be valid, they would have had to study both groups.

Zenzoe 5 years 27 weeks ago
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The boys here http://www.thomhartmann.com/forum/2010/07/re-thurs-show-does-staring-lar... didn't want to respond to this actual study (the one on men staring at breasts was a hoax): http://www.sciencedirect.com/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6WGC-4N1T1VJ-2...

I just finished watching the first season of HBO's Hung via Netflix—excellent, the notion of the male as sex object for a change. If you haven't seen it, do!

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