I've seen that French study, and it's American doctor dissenters, a couple of times... and all I have to day is, if this is true
"It's only from 35 on that the skin decreases in its elasticity and the breasts tend to sag more after that because the skin is the primary support of the breast," she said.
WHY then do so many women that I have met have sagging breasts prior to age 35.
Hell... they were sagging prior to age 30!
I once witnessed a girl in her mid-20's who was maybe a full C cup (about the size of my own breasts) have to damn near roll them up like socks to put them in her wedding dress.
I was shocked.
But it did seem that sag was the norm by then for pretty much everyone.
Honestly, I attribute the number of ladies I know in this shape to the bra-madness in the bible-belt where I grew up.
They strap them in when the first blush hits the peach in middle school and keep them strapped down day and night.
I think they've added it as a mortal sin to be braless!
Is sometimes thankful to have been raised an outcast by heathen hippies.
It was awkward as a child, but you know... not so bad now.