Unsurprisingly, (mostly male) scientists
have done gobs of research trying to
figure out what women want in men.
They have spent much less time
uncovering the reverse: what makes
women attractive to men. (Let's not even
get started on the dearth of research on
what men find attractive in other men, or
women in other women.)
In any case, a lot of what they have done
only focuses on looks. These studies
often conclude that various aspects of
women's bodies make them more
appealing because men think they're
more fertile (insert eyeroll here).
Binggist brings to you the following attributes:
1.. Multiple studies have found that men
prefer honest women, particularly for
long-term relationships.
2.. Researchers have found men gravitate
toward women wearing red. Interestingly,
women like men wearing red, too.
3.. Studies have shown men like it when
women subtly mirror their actions. For
example, if he touches his hair, wait a
few moments and then casually touch
your hair.
4.. Time to assemble the girl squad.
Researchers have found women appear
even more attractive in groups, calling
this the "cheerleader effect."
5.. Regardless of attractiveness or body
size, in one study, men at a British
university preferred women who had
positive personality traits like openness,
kindness, and assertiveness.


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