Venus dimples are two distinctive concave points located above the buttocks. Not everyone has them. The same as with dimples on the cheeks and chin, it’s just a matter of genetics. Those who have them are very lucky!
During the time of Michelangelo, they were considered one of the symbols of beauty. They can occur both in women – dimples of Venus, and men – dimples of Apollo. They’re located at the point where the pelvic bone joins the spine.
This anatomical marvel was first observed by Michelangelo Buonarroti (Michelangelo), and was often emphasized by him in his sculptures. Dimples are a sign of good blood circulation, which allows their holders to achieve an orgasm more easily. It is also believed that ladies that have Venus dimples have an innate ability to seduce. They find partners faster than women, whom nature hasn’t given this gift.
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