Skip to comments.Women better off without bras: French study
Posted on 06/10/2013 10:26:16 PM PDT by Valpal1
According to Rouillon, a sports science expert, the lesson to be learned from the preliminary results of his marathon experiment is that bras are a false necessity.
Using a slide rule and caliper, Rouillon spent years carefully measuring changes in the orientation of breasts belonging to hundreds of women, at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (University Hospital) in Besançon.
All the women involved in the study were aged between 18 and 35, although the professor was keen to stress that the group were not a representative of the global population of females.
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The bro is recommended.
Ultimately, however, he feels his work is not complete, since the findings are not definitive.
We will simply have to recruit a larger sample of the female population, and conduct further research, Rouillon added.
hahahaha! I bet!
Get me a grant to quantify with “calipers and sliderules” (aka my hands) the shape and size of 18 to 35 year old demographic female breasts.
Thanks in advance.
Yeah. But French gals tend to be flat chested.........
Just waiting for the pic of Nat Portman and the Hildebeast to show up any second now......
I'm an idiot. I could have had a university job doing that.
bump for later read.
Without doing our own research we’d have to be real boobs to believe that.
Hmmmm..... I will need to study this theory and compare and contrast.
I thought Paul Potts was really great when he sang Nora Desmond on Britains Got Talent.
Well! If you consider that women survived for thousands of years before bras were invented, then I guess that the French scientists are correct.
Women look better with bras on IMO.
And it stands to reason that large breasts dangling down with no support just have to stretch the skin over time...unless that skin has some magical property of which I am unaware.
For jogging a sports bra is simply a must! No way around it.
This guy is a true genius.
It’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it.
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