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It boils down to the fact that she does not turn me on simply because she has almost non-existent breasts. Should my otherwise happy relationship flounder simply because of two lumps on a woman's body or can I find a way of dealing with this apart from finding a new partner?

I feel that at my age I should be able to be more grown up about this but don't know how to be.

As Michael Castleman writes in Psychology Today, "[M]any men insisted that when they fell in love, they fell in love with the women’s breasts, whatever their size." In other words, guys really are looking at what's on the inside.

I am concerned about the physical side of my relationship with my female partner.

Nobody was seriously injured, but it did reinforce a stereotype about guys' tastes. Different body types, including smaller-than-average breasts, attract different people.

(Just one more reason why women should worry less about their bodies.) Here are the scientific explanations why...

What disturbs me about this is the way it makes me feel.

I see big-breasted women in the street and find myself almost leering at them and I don't want to be like that.

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Archaeologist Clemant Paris said: "The fact that the sculpture is not totally realistic shows the intent was to produce a symbolic image of a woman linked to fecundity."Researchers found the statue on their second day of field work.

It is the first Palaeolithic-era statue to be found in 50 years and carbon dating showed it is 23,000 years old.

Nicole Phoyu-Yedid, the head of cultural affairs in the area, said: "The discovery of this masterpiece is exceptional and internationally significant." The statue is 12cm high and is of a buxom woman – the head and arms are less detailed than her curvaceous figure, suggesting it was to do with fertility.

Researchers in New Zealand who conducted a 2009 eye-tracking study expected to discover that men would spend more time looking at larger-than-average boobs than smaller-than-average.

However, they were shocked to discover that "variations in breast size had no significant effect on eye-tracking measures," including "number of fixations and dwell times." Additionally, the researchers note, the majority of men consider other qualities as more important to "female attractiveness" than breast size itself.

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