Eight Health and Social Benefits of Having a Big Ass



Here are eight fantastic reasons to take pride in your pronounced posterior, thick thighs and curvaceous hips.



1. It makes you physically attractive and sexy

Some evolutionary psychologists believe that men prefer women with fuller butts because it enhances the appearance of the curvature of the spine



2. Big butts promote proper posture. Tight hips, an inevitable result of excessive sitting, can make it difficult for you to stand up straight, Dr. Peeke explains. But a strong butt can help lengthen your hip flexors and keep everything in alignment, which alleviates pain (and stops you from looking like a slump).



3. Big booties breed smarter kids. Butt and thigh fat stores special omega-3 fatty acids. Some scientists believe that when you breastfeed, your body taps those stores to enhance your breast milk. Because babies need this particular kind of fat for brain, nervous system, and eye development, some biologists think that a bigger butt could translate to brighter kids.



4. You’re less likely to have dangerous cholesterol levels. When researchers looked into butt fat (measured by thigh or hip circumference), they linked it to healthier cholesterol levels, which mean a lower risk of chronic illness down the line.


5. Diabetes probably won’t mess with you. The bigger your waist-to-hip ratio (i.e., the smaller your waist and bigger your hips), the lower your risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to an International Journal of Obesity study.

6. A big butt is like a drug. The sight of a large woman’s butt activates the reward regions of the male brain that are otherwise activated by drugs, alcohol, and food, according to a study published in PLoS ONE in which researchers monitored brain response to photos of women before and after butt enhancement surgery.



7. Big butts promote proper posture. Tight hips, an inevitable result of excessive sitting, can make it difficult for you to stand up straight, Dr. Peeke explains. But a strong butt can help lengthen your hip flexors and keep everything in alignment, which alleviates pain (and stops you from looking like a slump).



8. When You Forget Your Seat Pad at Home During Cycling Class
You have built-in padding. Those rock-hard cycling seats are no match for you. 

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