Published on Locomotor system, Reproductive system.

The buttocks are the posterior part of the human body. In many languages they are called the “posterior”, and, sometimes, they are called the cheeks of the bum. The French call them fesse, which, etymologically, means “crack”. The buttocks are located in the person’s feminine waist. People with wider buttocks are more feminine. In fact, nowadays, the masculinization of women has implied that they have increasingly thinner, more masculine buttocks. Buttocks are a symbol of femininity, of giving, but also a sexual symbol.

Buttock related problems denote tensions in accepting the person’s feminine side, or sexual problems. Cellulite on the buttocks reveals a tight protection of anything that is sexually related.

If you have problems in the bone that can be felt in the buttocks, it means you have problems in your iliac bone.

See Sacral vertebrae.

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