Women’s breasts are bigger than everPosted by staff / July 20, 2010
This news is bound to make men everywhere happy. It’s official. Women’s breasts are getting bigger, and it’s not thanks to implants. The phenomenon has occurred naturally in women over the last fifty years. And whether it’s due to the increase in hormone-interrupting particles we encounter daily (think plastic bottles, etc), or the fact that we’re more well-fed than our ancestors—the bottom line is that women’s chests are bigger than ever.
In 1960, the average bra size in Australia was 10B. Ten years ago, it was 12B. Today, it’s 14C. “It’s six to seven sizes up in a comparatively few number of years,” says Sally Berkeley, the general manager of bra company Berlei, which next month launches a new super-sized range of cups, up to an H, to add to the traditional A-to-E dimensions.
Full story at The Sydney Morning Herald.
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