There are a few theories advanced by experts and cited below.
But we all kinda know why we like the way they look on women: Association Elizabeth Semmelhack believes that high heels began to be seen as erotic footwear when they came back into fashion in the late 19th Century – the nude models on French postcards were often wearing them Biology Dr Helen Fischer,
a biological anthropologist at Rutgers University,
says that heels force women into a “natural courting pose” found amongst mammals,
with an arched back and protruding buttocks Patriarchy Not only do heels transform the way women’s bodies look to please men,