Why do guys feel extremely attracted to these onion-like 'things' on women's chests? We never had a proper, fulfilling answer to this question, but a neuroscientist came up with what seems to be the most reasonable explanation.
Conducting research on complex social behavior at Emory University, psychiatry professor Larry Young suggests that there's a special bond we develop during breastfeeding. However, during this process, our brain limits the bonding action to connect the mother and the baby deeper. Later on, when we are free from this limitation, we automatically go back to feeling attached to them.
Sounds complicated AF, yes, but here's the gist: Just like babies, men LOVE breasts!