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German Magazine says that Russian Women have the Biggest Breasts

04/30/2012
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Under the noteworthy title of “Russian Women have the tightest baskets” the German Magazine Bild has just released a World Atlas of Breast Sizes.

I think there’s some truth to this study because although most young ladies start out with slim figures, as they start to mature into womanhood I have certainly noticed a more curvy trend emerging to say the least.

Clearly this is another reason why they don’t call it Mother Russia for nothing!

Russia and Scandinavia, with an average of more than a D-cup right out in front.

(read original article here)

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23 Responses to German Magazine says that Russian Women have the Biggest Breasts

  1. Kisha on 04/30/2012 at 11:44 am

    This article is completely FALSE.
    Being a woman I have to shop for lingerie with certain regularity and I have to say that 99% of Russian retailers do not stock anything bigger than a C cup! And I’d say that Russian women are normally on a less curvy side because C cup considered to be a lot by the population.
    In my experience the countries which cater for “bigger ladies” are Ireland, Germany, The UK.

  2. Richard on 04/30/2012 at 1:07 pm

    Having traveled the world; photographed many women, befriended even more women, dated too many women and even married a couple of them, my personal opinion of this “data” is complete hooey.

    Beyond the fact that such studies generally favor the whims of the people performing the study, there is no true scientific basis or rational reasoning for putting out such “findings” other than to create controversy.

    Aside from that, let’s be real for a moment. The country with the most overweight women is the high end favorite to have the women with the largest cup size. Where is the highest per capita concentration of obese women? You guessed it; the good old US of A. What’s more, if this information comes from any sort of sales statistics, again we absolutely must go straight to North America with it’s highly over indulgent habits to see where the most large bras are being sold.

    Being of primarily German decent, I will try to be nice about this, but in my opinion Bild is full of “pferd düngemittel”.

    • Kisha on 04/30/2012 at 11:41 pm

      That is not exactly true, Richard. Overweight women tend to have large bands in their bras and as big as it is it may still be a C cup because of the band size, that is how it works.

      • Richard on 05/01/2012 at 11:43 am

        I realize that I was generalizing (like the original story from Bild has done so effectively) but I also know what life has shown me and trust that more than some sort of text book averages.

        Believe me, I am not trying to be argumentative.

        I have seen nearly no overweight woman on my continent who doesn’t also have large (overweight) breasts, and they aren’t C cups, I promise you. The new/current average NA female body is alarmingly heavier than when I was younger man, and the breasts are consistently keeping up with the overall body sizes.

        I have never been a fan of big breasted women and I can’t recall more than a few women in my social circles with anything close to what I would judge a C cup to be.

        One challenge in this sort of equation is that such studies (at least here in NA) are generally done with the 18-25 year old demographic and generally are not racially diverse enough to be accurate throughout the general population. I suppose for everyone reading the finding who just happen to be within that same age group, the figures (pun intended) are just fine. However that also rules out the majority of women within the overall population who have continued growing, having children and aging. Most, if not all, of the women I graduated high school with have larger breast now than they did when they were 18-20 years old.

        Add to this the NA obsession with vanity attached to breast size and I stand by my view that women here are as “big boobed” as anywhere else on Earth.

        Another thing that always comes to mind on this subject is that by many estimates, over 90% of NA women are wearing the wrong size bra. If so many women don’t even know how to measure and purchase the right bra, what information can be used to cover such an enormous (no pun intended) subject?

        I have to wonder how thorough Bild’s data can be. Was it based on what women say they wear for bra sizes, did all of the women polled drop their shirts for accurate measurements, what percentage of women in each country were studied, was it done from death papers, how long did the study run, who held the study, etc, etc, etc.

        This sort of study can, as I said earlier, only produce controversy, not solid data. At least that’s how I see it. It’s useless information and at best can only be used in a trivia game among friends, where it will surely cause much debate.

        • Kisha on 05/17/2012 at 1:31 pm

          I understand where you are coming from Richard.
          The cup size is calculated as the measurement on the top minus measurement under the breast and with overweight women this difference may not be big enough so they still measure as C. But maybe 48C.
          Just saying that C changes from size to size

        • Beth on 04/11/2013 at 11:04 pm

          Buddy, the way that bra sizes work is that the cup size is in relation to the band width. With that being said, a 36A is the same body and breast size as a 34B, 32C and 30D… The band width does not go any lower than 30, so a 28DD does not exist.. But if it did, 28DD would be the same as a 36A… Personally I like to switch between a 32C and a 30D, which I decide based on my comfort level that particular day.
          So, if we are to relate this all to large women, than I suppose fat may increase breast size to the naked eye, but because of how breasts are measured, the breasts would not have actually changed (in size) because the rest of the body gained the fat as well.

          There you go, plain and simple.

  3. Mick on 05/01/2012 at 5:30 pm

    Does a woman with large natural breasts have an advantage over a woman with smaller breasts, i.e. does a larger breast equal greater milk production?

    • Kisha on 05/02/2012 at 11:34 am

      As women are not cows the size of mammary glands do not affect the amount of milk produced on the daily basis.

    • Ricky on 05/05/2012 at 6:27 pm

      I’m not an obstetrician but it does seem logical that a larger breast would be able to hold more milk.

      I don’t know if that makes a girl into a cow but I do know smartass attitude makes one a b*%ch.

      • Richard on 05/05/2012 at 10:51 pm

        Well, it really doesn’t take a medical degree on this one Ricky. Breast size and milk production are not directly linked. (on women OR cows) The mother’s body determines the needs whether flat chested or carrying basketballs in front.

        There are genetic trackers which have more to do with a woman’s ability to produce sufficient milk, rather than her breast size. Other factors include the woman’s age, number of previous live births and her overall health and diet.

        I hope your attitude comment wasn’t directed at Kisha, who just gave an honest reply to Mick’s question.

      • Kisha on 05/06/2012 at 8:57 am

        I think it is simply rude to jump in like that and call a person you don’t know a bitch.
        Back to the subject of mammary glands, lactation amoung other factors is regulated by prolactin hormon and it may be higher in some women and lower in others. So in theory more mammary tissue – more milk does not always work this way.

    • Mick on 05/06/2012 at 10:06 am

      Are there any benefits to breast fed mother’s milk vs. bottle fed formula?

      • Richard on 05/06/2012 at 2:19 pm

        Absolutely there are benefits to breast milk. The greatest of these is that the mother can pass along antibodies which reduce the child’s susceptibility to allergies and childhood disease.

        One down side to formula feeding is that while the mix may include many nutrients, those are generally lab produced rather than natural ones. The same as is true with vitamins and food supplements, you want to only use natural ones, not the artificial types.

        Our bodies have health designed into them. It’s only when we continually mess with what we are putting in our body that the real trouble begins.

    • Totoro on 10/18/2012 at 4:22 pm

      The real issue is whether greater milk production is actually an advantage. My wife had something called “overproduction” which can be a problem for both the mother and baby. She is only naturally a B cup, but experienced major engorgement after the birth of her child. So, in my experience, small breasts prior to childbirth can ultimately produce a lot of milk. Many of her friends with normally large breasts produced much smaller amounts of milk.

  4. Mick on 05/02/2012 at 2:32 am

    Our modern idol worshipping culture boils down to 3 savage elements: money, power and sex.

    I think women think men can’t resist large breasts and it’s this timeless desire of women to have power over men that drives a warped sense of competition between them to show a sufficient amount of cleavage to get what they want.

  5. Bjorn on 05/02/2012 at 4:09 am

    As a native of Sweden (Scandinavia) and colored red on the map there I think this finding is completely unreal too.

    The only ones with as much as D-cup are the women who have big bodies in general. Bodies on the heavy side as they say.

    D is relatively uncommon. I don’t mind. I’m more of an assman myself ;) Nice slim butts is what I find my eyes wandering towards…

  6. rendarsmith on 05/03/2012 at 11:50 am

    I have to disagree with this one. From what I have seen (I have lived in one of the FSU countries for over a year), Russian women do not have the biggest breasts, but they do have the longest legs ;)

  7. Ricky on 05/05/2012 at 6:45 pm

    From what I’ve seen I have to agree that the United States of Lard-ass has got to have the biggest breasted women in the world… I know they’ve got the biggest breasted men. And I wish that was a joke.

    I heard some years ago that the average American bra size was supposed to be 36B. I think that has certainly been surpassed by now. I’d say 40C as a highly conservative figure.

    People of slavic ancestry tend have a stockier build regardless. I think once men and women hit about 40 they start to gain weight quickly, which gives you the familiar “babushka” figure. But under 40 Russian women do seem to do a very good job at staying slim (as much as their genetics allows). There is no doubt in my mind the average Russian bra size, at least for young women is B at most, maybe A.

    I’m not a fan of large breasts either, I think what counts is proportion. If a girl has a proportionate figure she is attractive regardless of absolute size of either end. Obesity and anorexia are both unattractive.

  8. Sam R. Ogilvie on 05/05/2012 at 7:32 pm

    There appears to be no correlation at all between breast size and milk production. Larger breasts have a higher proportion of fatty tissue, compared to glandular tissue. This of course has no effect on the amount of milk you are able to produce. Debbi D., Board Certified Human Lactation Consultant.

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    • Ricky on 05/05/2012 at 10:12 pm

      Is there for sure no correlation at all between larger breasts and a more developed mammary system? (Not just more fatty tissue.) A more developed/larger mammary system would be able to produce more milk between lactations.

      I believe there must be an evolutionary advantage to larger breasts otherwise the majority of males wouldn’t find them more attractive.

      Of course I’ve also read the theory, which seems logical, that since women store fat in their thighs and breasts that this is a sign of the health of a woman and her ability to carry through a pregnancy — hence the attractiveness to men.

  9. Andy G on 05/06/2012 at 8:21 am

    well, I must admit that I look at attractive ladies, but I’m not drawn to any part of their bodies specifically, probably because I know that I will never have, but I don’t think I would say that after looking on websites at FSU ladies that they are particularly large up top, they do have very beautiful figures though, they are always slender & always look very healthy & pretty

  10. greg on 06/26/2012 at 5:24 pm

    I put myself forward as a researcher.

    It is a dangerous job but I will do my breast.

    • Andy G on 07/01/2012 at 11:47 am

      that’s a good one…….

      it made me titter!!!

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