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Table change: The butt threatens to banish the breast as a sexual symbol

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It is paradoxical that the human body, which has taken centuries of evolution, is the fastest to adapt to current fads and trends. Of course, today, as far as the buttocks are concerned, anatomical evolution receives various aids: from plastic surgery to Butt lifter jeans brought by latino migration, by the fitness cular, destined to form granite buttocks. There are already modes like body pumpthe crossfit or the GAP (buttocks-legs-abdomen), essential to join the Kardashian club, because the rearguard has become the new female sexual symbol, even threatening to banish the eternal and legendary breasts.

But in this most difficult society, it’s still not enough to have a great tambourine, you have to show it to the world and know how to move it. That’s what he was born for beautya selfie of the last part of the back starting to cast a shadow on the selfie just like that twerk and the twerk. YouTube is full of tutorials teaching you how to move your ass on your own; At the same time, they connect areas of our brains that have already atrophied due to our evolutionary transition to bipedal mode to our glutes, which previously made sitting in front of a desk 10 hours a day unnecessary.

But why this meteoric rise of donkeys as agents and trustees of sex appeal feminine? for dr Orestes Fernández, plastic surgeon specializing in body surgery at the Institut Benito in Barcelona, ​​​​“today it is the artists and celebrities changing these trends. In this case, we can say that Jennifer Lopez started it years ago and the Kardashians have expanded it. Finally, a body reminiscent of that of the Brazilian woman has become fashionable, who generally do not have too much breasts but a strong buttocks.”

A uniqueness of the butt is that it’s unisex and everyone has one regardless of sex and sex, so placing attractiveness in that part of the anatomy philosophy is more sympathetic strange and with fluent sex, apart from being much more profitable. according to dr Fernández “Most of the implants that are currently being performed are breast implants; but they are followed by those of the buttocks, which are not exclusively reserved for the female sex, as they are also required by many men, especially by people within the LGTBI collective. He also highlights: “Another phenomenon that is increasing rapidly is that a patient, whether male or female, undergoes liposuction and asks that we place the fat that we have removed on his buttocks in order to to give the butt a better shape. more excited”.

Ass I see, ass I want, seems to be the thesis of this surgeon. Years of watching videos featuring reggaeton, bachata, and other Latin and African rhythms have accustomed the retinas to big asses pounding to the rhythm of the music; and, of course, few want to join the ranks of semi-rigid ass managers.

Cover of Paper magazine with Kim Kardashian in 2014.

“In global society, white-straight-Caucasians are no longer the majority. Thanks to migration, there are more colors, tastes and bodies,” emphasizes Delfina Mieville, sociologist and sexologist with a practice in Madrid. “That’s why I buy these bodies that I can’t indoctrinate. I can’t with gays? I create a whole range of aesthetics and services. Can’t I override the Latino population? I create things that I sell them and make them my customers. Who would have told us 40 years ago that we would bet on backwards hats, face tattoos or basketball jerseys that look like long dresses! Who would have thought that we would forget our rigid dances in favor of salsa or bachata! The buttocks were then a symbol of fertility; now they are just another product of the market in a capitalism that sells everything”.

On the other hand, focusing sexual attention on the ass refers to our most primitive side. Animals, when excited or in heat, sniff each other’s hindquarters, which are near the sex organs, and mate from behind, except for our first cousins, the bonobos, who do it face-to-face.

According to Sylvain Bosselet, French psychologist, philosopher, writer and author of Petite philosophie du cul (little ass philosophy) (Bréal-Verlag)people took a long time erect and the anatomical consequence of this was translated into rounded buttocks (unlike other great apes) as a means of muscular locomotion and elongation of an S-shaped spine.The verticality hid the female genitalia and the impossibility of discerning at a glance the condition of the availability of women. The generous breasts then became an indicator of fertility and the ability to suckle the young; but larger hips and buttocks have also been linked to easier calving and a fat reserve necessary for rearing children for long periods or surviving lean periods.”

Large hips and buttocks were associated in women of easy childbirth.
Large hips and buttocks were associated in women of easy childbirth.zhihao (Getty Images)

But the butt also points us to a non-reproductive sexuality and has therefore been forbidden for much of human history; in which religions and prevailing morality cavort without consequences. Anal sex was the back door to premarital sex for women who wanted to be virgins in marriage. The ass as a place of pleasure and pain. Anything can happen there except for a reproductive act.

In this context, according to Bosselet, “the buttocks gain importance at the expense of the breasts; Being detached from the act of progeny, they are common to both sexes and retain their exciting nature, having symbolized fertility for centuries. “Butts could be a return to raw nature and our bestial origins. The phenomenon could also be interpreted as a female strategy to conquer a larger powerhouse in macho society. Male lust for female asses brings men to their knees,” says the philosopher, using the symbol that breasts are at eye level, while to touch or kiss a bottom you have to bend down a little. Rearguard is also more associated with a more impersonal, less romantic sex where the other is not seen and where there is no face to face. Or, as Delfina Mieville points out, it could be related to “riskier practices quintessentially BDSM, and the appeal of anything to do with having your back turned to someone you can’t see or control.”

The fashion history books agree that turbulent times like silhouettes with volume. Perhaps we are returning to the model of centuries past, where the rich were people who were overweight (a sign of wealth and opulence) and the poor were thin. Even upper-class clothing exaggerated its contours, as was the case with the pads women wore to elongate their buttocks in the eighteenth century butt either pool (in English) and culs (in French). Perhaps the plump buttocks are telling in Morse code that the barns must be filled because hard times of scarcity are coming.

Rita Abundancia is a journalist, sexologist and web writer RitaReport.net.


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