Bad Online Dates Launches Boob Experiment: Do Bigger Boobs Really Matter?

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As a social scientist who’s been investigating the game of love for almost 30 years, Jennifer Kelton, CEO/Founder of Bad Online Dates launches The Boob Experiment to ask singles if “bigger boobs really do matter?” This boob obsession has contributed to Victoria’s Secret spending $12 million and investing almost an entire year planning their upcoming Annual Fashion Show in New York. With the newest tools of social media, and fan engagement, Kelton is excited to bring out some truths and to open up an honest dialogue and genuine conversation on all things regarding boob size on the Bad Online Dates Facebook page and Twitter #boobexperiment.

From Holly Madison insuring her boobs for $1 million to the upcoming Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on Nov 29th, Bad Online Dates ( is launching an online dialog to create fiery water cooler discussions about whether bigger boobs really matter on Facebook and Twitter using #boobexperiment. Both single men and women are asked to share candid opinions to close the communications gap between the sexes on this hot topic. Women are also asked to join the conversation, What has your Push-Up Bra done for you today? As the Author of "Don’t Use My Sweater as a Towel," Bad Online Dates CEO Jennifer Kelton has been studying dating behavior for decades as a social scientist and 21st Century Dating Expert. To encourage singles to laugh about bad dates and move forward, Bad Online Dates offers a compassionate community where singles can vent online.

Boobs can significantly impact a woman’s self-esteem, and the media promotes bigger boobs in TV, Print, Radio and all over the web. If someone is flat-chested, the pressure is high to stuff a bra or wear a push-up bra. While some guys say big boobs are must-haves on, it’s encouraging to hear that many men make boobs more important around peers. Contributor Andre Cross shared, “Most of the time men joke around more than anything. Inside, we know what we really want: a pair of nicely shaped and reasonably sized breasts.”

And what about the obsession with boob jobs? While most women will seek plastic surgeons for bigger boobs, some get breast reductions. After rumors that Jessica Simpson wanted breast reduction surgery before the wedding because her DDs make her look heavy, Jessica denied ever thinking about a breast reduction on Twitter. Now that Jessica is pregnant, she tweeted, "My belly is officially bigger than my boobs…Well, kinda. Ha." With this obsession over bigger boobs, it’s a relief to hear Contributor Andre Cross support women in this personal decision whether to get a boob job by saying, “A woman should never get breast implants to please a man. She'd be doing it for all the wrong reasons. If she does want implants, I hope that she'd be getting them for herself and no one else.”

In the end, you can buy the best bra and be beautiful, and still run into a Bad Date Bear like Bad Date Betty did in two recent Bad Date TV Videos: Bad Date Betty and the Blinged Out Bear, and just released: Bad Date Betty and the Hawaiian Bear Internet Date With the release of the comedy-drama movie, The Descendants today (Nov 16, 2011), George Clooney plays a dad in Hawaii who seems to have the perfect life. The reality is that The Descendants is all about insecurities for George Clooney and his two daughters who show that stuff happens in paradise. No bra will solve all problems, but it can boost confidence.

After traveling the world, Jennifer Kelton, CEO/Founder Bad Online Dates, observed, “It’s a cultural thing. In some parts of the world, women are topless, and there is no judgment.” Overall, it is perception versus reality that impacts many viewpoints. In the US, the perception is that bigger boobs matter, yet the reality is that boobs are usually not a deciding factor in a long-term relationship. While chemistry is a must-have for every relationship, bigger boobs appear to be optional. For a fun and all things informative interview with Jennifer Kelton, the CEO/Founder of Bad Online Dates about love, sex, dating, female tech entrepreneurship, and the ups and downs of the dating space and predictions for the future, please contact:

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About Bad Online Dates and Founder/CEO Jennifer Kelton
Jennifer Kelton is an entrepreneur, author, social media innovator and dating advisor, who has been investigating the game of love for 30 years. Kelton is Founder and CEO of, Green Knights Entertainment, Bad Date TV, a new Internet dating game show, Dating in Disguise, and Author of "Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel," a candid dating guide. Her work and book have been featured on CNN Living, The Washington Post, iPad News Tracker, TIME Travel, Seattle Weekly, ABC KGTV San Diego, KTVU FOX Oakland, Mashable and many other media. Fans can laugh, post bad dates and get dating advice on the Bad Online Dates Facebook Fan page, Twitter, YouTube, blogs:, and; and websites, and free Bad Dates App (iPhone and iPad)

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