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But hourglass figures are quite unusual—far more prevalent on the s of magazines than among real women. Women with hourglass measurements—with large breasts, wide hips, and small waists—tend to be more fertile, studies have found. But the high estrogen levels indicated by a tiny waist and big hips have a downside: They do not lend themselves to muscular strength or endurance. Women with more straight up-and-down figures have more male hormones such as testosterone, which are invaluable in stressful situations, when food is scarce and survival is tenuous.
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Did evolution really make men prefer women with hourglass figures?