I think it’s something that happens more with age. I see a lot of older people that have most of their butt on top, with little on the bottom. Don’t really like it either, and I find it weird when it becomes even more pronounced if someone has has cosmetic work done without trying to match the bottom with the top.
I think that’s a factor for sure. Similarity could translate into comfortability concerning the other person, picking a partner, etc.
For ladies stance I think so too. Bigger guys like yourself I noticed have round horse butts I’ve noticed. Smaller framed guys, like your brother, have the more bubble-like butts. I think taller, bigger framed women would prefer the former, with shorter, smaller framed women preferring the latter.
I like both really. And I honestly cannot pick between the two. One looks extremely powerful, and the other looks like I can bounce a quarter off of it. Win-win.
I think it does too.
On the flip-side I think it’s a social thing as well? Culturally speaking I can go on ad nauseam, about how most African-American guys, regardless of their own physical appearance want big, jiggly butts. But you’ve got things like music, going verse for verse constantly telling them daily to prefer that, so I mean I get it. I think younger generations seemingly care less and less these days, but just talking statistically.
Before I met my husband I had been a few dates where I met someone who preferred someone of the same proportion. I don’t mind shorter men whatsoever because literally everyone on average is taller than me, but say for a shorter guy he might pick someone also smaller overall (butt included), simply for being similar concerning proportions. So yeah, I’d agree.