Dr. Jean-Denis Rouillon, a professor of sports science at the University Hospital of Besançon in France, has concluded that women would be better off not wearing bras.
Dr. Rouillon has spent 15 years studying tits. SCORE topped that record by seven years and we’re still studying them.
“Medically, physiologically and anatomically, breasts gain no benefit from being denied gravity. On the contrary, they get saggier with a bra,” Rouillon claimed.
You can imagine how the bra industry felt about this announcement. A lot of bra wearers who read about his study did not accept it either. I’m not so sure either.
“This might be true for girls with small boobies, but for girls with D cups or DD cups and bigger, excuse me, but gravity will only take over. Running a marathon if you are DD or FF would be incredibly uncomfortable,” said one female critic of Rouillon’s hypothesis.
“These are preliminary results,” Dr. Rouillon said in a follow-up. “The small sample of 320 young women is not representative of the entire population. That would require something like 300,000 subjects. We will simply have to recruit a larger sample of the female population, and conduct further research.”
It’s a tough job but someone has to do it and Dave and I don’t have the time to help out even though it sounds like fun. I suppose you can write the Doc care of University Hospital in Besançon and volunteer.