Women are conflicted about curves
Seventy-three percent of women say that a curvier body type is more appealing now than it has been in the past ten years. Still, when asked if they wanted to change their hips, 85 percent of women wanted them to be narrower.
Aging isn't acceptable
Ninety-three percent of women say the pressure to look young today is greater than it's ever been.
African-American women have killer confidence
African-American women were three times as likely as Caucasian women to rate themselves at the hot end of the spectrum.
The most stressed-about body part: one guess
Thirty-five percent of men and women said that, if their is one part of thheir bodies they'd like to change the most, it's their stomachs.
Even guys worry about weight
Eighty-six percent of men said that they wanted to weigh less - as did 97 percent of women.
Men like bigger butts...on themselves?
Twenty-two percent of men (compared to 11 percent women) said that if they could change their butts, they would want it to be larger.
Hair colors have surprising stereotypes
Both men and women said that brunettes and blondes are considered to be beautiful, sexy and classy. However, brunettes were also found to be intelligent and trustworthy. And while blondes are seen as confident, they were also voted most bitchy.
Men love boobs and butts? Shocking!
When it comes to sexual attraction, women list their top 5 favorite male attributes as guy's face, body type, smile, eyes, and height. And men's answer, in order? Face, body type, breasts, smile, and butt.