Big Butt: The Trend, Benefits and Lower Back Pain

Of the two main genders in the world, females are more considerate of how they look. They get jealous of each other and will go the extra length to get the body shape they most desired.

“Donkey”, “Backside”, “Big Buttocks”, or “Big Ass” depending on how you prefer to call it, having an ideal butt is one thing all ladies will die to possess. The 70s encourages curvy boots while the 80s/90s prefer celebrities with athletic butt. In the early 21st-century ideal butts are toned, round and moderately big.

Big Butt

Big Butt

Today, the trend favors big and round butts ― think of the two butt queens Nicki Minaj and Kim Kardashian. To say that this physique contributes to their popularity is no farther from the truth.

Women with “A-shaped” physique turns head everywhere they go to. A 2015 statistics released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) revealed how much women crave for their share of public attention resulting from possessing a big butt. According to the report, butt implants are the fastest growing type of plastic surgery. While buttock augmentation and buttock lift remain the most popular buttock enhancement procedure.

As noted in a released press release by the ASPS, “Overall, there was a buttock procedure every 30 minutes of every day, on average,”

The procedure costs women between $3,500 and $10,000 on average.

On the contrary, females with the natural big backside reveal they would have chosen otherwise. Before you begin to blame them for not cherishing something others spend much to get, here are some excerpts of stories told by some of them.

A Yahoo! Answer user with a username Seajay narrated her ordeal thus: “I’ve always had a large butt since I young, in jr high I even got told “I’m tol white for that ***” I can’t walk for a long period of time without a pain shooting up my spine, I can’t stand for a long time or even lay down. I’ve lost 15lb and but NONE came off my butt.”

In a similar development, The Doctors Show was guested on phone by a woman whose doctor claimed her large behind was the cause of her back pain.

What a contradictory wish! Before you read on, note that it is not all buttocks that cause back pain. In fact, the women cited above all have the Nicky type of butt and not that of Beyoncé. Athletic and flat butt presents no such condition.



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