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If You See This Hole On Your Back, This Is What It Means

You’ve probably seen back dimples before, and you probably know who Venus is too the Roman goddess of love and beauty. But when you hear the phrase “Dimples of Venus”, what do you think? 

Those dimples are beneath a bony protuberance called the posterior superior Iliac spine; PSIS.

Of course, since you have two Iliac bones, you have two PSIS' and two dimples. In theory, yes. As name suggested, it was once considered one of the important area to define classical female beauty.

Venus dimple is area supposed to be the actual male attraction point to female occurs in old days, as that is the area one can observe conditions of her pelvis to be fit for child bearing and other parts are initially developed as the accessory to enhance attractions.

Equally, from the female perspective, it will be the one of the area where male counter part is top physical shape or not. So, it is supposed to be important.

Do you have "Dimples of Venus” what do you think about this two dimples at the back .

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Dimples of Venus Iliac PSIS Roman Venus


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