When she says, 'It's not you, it's me,' it really might be you, UCLA study suggests
Jared Sperli stashed this in inequality
Long after women have chosen Mr. Stable over Mr. Sexy, they struggle unconsciously with the decision, according to a new study by UCLA researchers who look at subtle changes in behavior during ovulation.
At their most fertile period, these women are less likely to feel close to their mates and more likely to find fault with them than women mated to more sexually desirable men, the research shows.
"A woman evaluates her relationship differently at different times in her cycle, and her evaluation seems to be colored by how sexually attractive she perceives her partner to be," said Martie Haselton, a professor of psychology and communication studies at UCLA and senior author of the study.
Somebody please describe a standard "sexually desirable" man to me. I'm hot for Martin Short.
that's probably not it... =p
Since the Renaissance, harmony, symmetry and correct proportions are considered essential elements of universal beauty. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beauty
I'm hot for an asymmetrical man? God, NO.
So the strategy for a less sexually desirable male is to wait till later in life.
To everything there is a season.