Researchers have spent far less time studying men’s attraction to women’s legs than the typical man on the street devotes to gazing at them and maybe finding himself spellbound by them. To heterosexual males at least, what’s so special about female gams?
Images of curvaceous female legs often seem deliberately calculated to encourage such prurient interests. Which may be why bare legs are so frequently “on parade” in commercials for men’s toiletries, sports cars, and alcoholic beverages. If many male turn-ons don’t extend that far beyond their adolescent visual preoccupations, Madison Avenue is only too happy to cater to these earlier fixations and the least flagrant way they can do so is through focusing a male’s attention on a beautifully curved pair of well-toned legs (though, hopefully, just short of the point that the product being marketed is forgotten altogether!).
One commenter, for example, comically admits: “If I had to pick one thing I like best [about a woman’s body] it would be [her] legs in part because they go up and make an ass out of themselves.” A most curious pun that, at least indirectly, intimates how the higher up a man goes, figuratively, in making love to a woman’s legs, the closer he gets to what so many discussants rhapsodize as “absolute heaven.”
This same contributor, glorifying what so many males find bewitching about the female anatomy generally, confesses that “there isn’t one inch of a woman’s body that doesn’t amaze and intrigue me. Every curve is a mystery yet to be revealed and speaking specifically to “leg people” he’s led to ponder: “Maybe it’s more about the journey than the destination”
Is it better to break a mans leg than his heart
Ashley even the most beautiful legs end somewhere xx