A 2014 research conducted by professors at Rice University and the University of Northern Texas found out that out of around 1000 Yahoo!
Personal Dating ads, nearly 50% of women claimed that they’d prefer to date a man who’s taller than they were.
But the good news is that science actually does have some answers as far as male-female attraction dynamics go.
Following are 8 traits, both physical and behavioral, that actual scientific research has found that women find attractive in men.
These are not mere assumptions or opinions, but actual conclusions that behavioral scientists have come to following extensive research.
And what’s even better, they’re actually traits that you can actively work on cultivating and improving.
A well-tailored blazer will often give the impression of broad shoulders while V-neck t-shirts can help make your torso look slimmer.
Ask any woman who she would rather hookup with, David Beckham or John Hamm (based on their voices alone) and the chances are that she’ll pick the Don.
But why is it that women in general seem to find men with deeper, huskier voices more attractive?
Slowing yourself down might feel unnatural at first, but with practice it will become second nature.
You know the cliché is true; you really can laugh your way into a girl’s pants. Go on any dating site and take a look at ten profiles, and I’ll guarantee you that at least 8 of them will list a good sense of humor as an important trait in a potential partner. Well researchers from Northumbria University claim that humans perceive a good sense of humor as a sign of both intellect and social intelligence.
Not only will standing straight with your shoulders back make you seem much taller, but it will also help you appear more confidant and dominant.