You might think that a person’s body is as attractive as their facial features, but this is not always the case.
Here are five new studies to prove that not every body type is as beautiful and sexy as its creator’s.
In one study, porn stars’ bodies looked identical to the rest of their friends and even less attractive than other people’s.
They were less attractive and more like the people around them, according to researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles.
The study found that porn star Nicole Richie had the most body hair of her peers, with 22% more than her female counterparts and a hairline that was shorter than her.
A new study found women with higher levels of the human papillomavirus (HPV) were more likely to have sex.
The researchers found that a higher proportion of women with high levels of HPV had sex with men who were infected with HPV.
A high number of the women had sex for the first time, but only a small number had sex more than once, indicating that the virus does not cause cervical cancer.
A study published in The Lancet in April 2017 found that the average size of an American woman’s vagina is twice as big as the average for men.
They found that men who reported that their vaginas were larger than average were also more likely than women to have unprotected sex.
The number of women in the world who have a hymen is growing each year.
Researchers found that nearly 90% of women have one, and nearly half of women between the ages of 25 and 44 have one.
The hymen protects the vagina against bacteria, viruses and sexually transmitted diseases, so a woman with a hyman could have a high chance of passing the virus to her partner.
A Canadian study found a higher number of people have been exposed to a virus in their blood than any other country.
More than 9 million Canadians have had an episode of a virus that could lead to a serious illness.
That number has increased by almost 100% since 2000, when Canada reported a record number of new cases.