Why is it more common to have unbalanced breasts (one is bigger than the other) than unbalanced butt cheeks?

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Why is it more common to have unbalanced breasts (one is bigger than the other) than unbalanced butt cheeks?

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My guess would be that it’s just a coincidence.

You won’t find a single person, that is completely symmetrical (just stand in front of a mirror and put another smaller mirror in the middle of your face, so that you basically mirror one half of your face. You won’t recognize that person).

Sometimes it even has a practical use (e.g. the different heights of mens’ balls. One is always hanging a bit lower than the other. Simply because that you don’t crush your nuts when you close your legs.

But i’d guess that people just don’t recognize an unbalanced butt as easy as unbalanced breasts

Because breast tissue is primarily fat and the size will depend on the amount of fat each one contains. There can be variance between the two because they develop separately.

Butt cheeks are primarily muscle. This means that the size will respond to the amount of physical stress that is put on them (i.e., walking). Since this stress is equal on both sides there’s not a noticeable difference.