Hormones May Not Affect Who You’re Attracted To: Study
If you thought women tend to prefer a particular type of men when they were most fertile, then here’s a study that proves there exists no such relationship between hormones and attractiveness. The findings, published in the journal Psychological Science, show that women’s hormones do not decide who they preferred. This is contrary to assumption that women preferred men with masculine features when they were fertile. “We found no evidence that changes in hormone levels influence the type of men women find attractive,” said lead researcher Benedict Jones of the University of Glasgow in Britain. “This study is noteworthy for its…
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