American psychologist Stenas found that hip size is directly proportional to IQ strength. In an intelligence test taken by 276 adults, a “big-ass woman” scored 31 points higher than a person with a small hip size. Studies have shown that it is true that the larger the hip, the higher the intelligence.
William Lassek of the University of Pittsburgh and Steven Gaulin of the University of California studied the relationship between women’s “waist-to-hip ratio” and the child’s IQ. The sample included 16,000 women. After carefully excluding race, education, and family income, the data showed that: for women with a low waist-to-hip ratio (thin waist and high hips), their children scored on the IQ test. Would be higher.