I have a question about my Biology Stack Exchange post: Is there any biological reason why so many men find breasts sexually attractive?
If you see, this question is accepted on this network: Why are (some) male humans sexually attracted to the breasts of female humans?
And my question is almost same. Moreover, I've provided some additional details what I read about.
Now I've many reasons why my question is opinion-based, but it makes me doubt seeing the other question.
When I don't add detail, people say you didn't do research. When I did, it is still opinion based given the fact an almost similar question is already asked by someone.
Also, I've tried to edit it after multiple feedbacks in such a way that it remains specific and not opinion based.
Further, someone told me "why" questions are sometimes hard to answer. This question also starts with a proper why.
So I really don't understand. Why is it so?