Sex and evolution

I was “noticing people” (that’s the polite way of saying it), and wondering why glutes are intimate body parts. A more crass way of putting that: Why are asses arousing? Like, I’m serious. It makes sense from an evolutionary perspective why genitalia and other body regions, such as a specific hip -to-waist ratio, would cause sexism arousal: Those were indications of a fertile and willing reproductive partner. But the butt? As far as I know, there’s no physiological correlate associated with a healthy ass and healthy kids.

Yet, men (and many women) love looking at Jennifer Lopez. Someone explain this to me.

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