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WHAT GUYS THINK
We all know men and women are different. Besides the obvious plumbing, they seem to speak a different language too. But it goes much further than that. When it comes to being sexy, both genders have unique views.
Back in August, The New York Times wrote about a study that bolsters the idea of a male biological clock. Turns out, mutations in older men's sperm may lead to a higher risk of autism and schizophrenia in offspring. The results of the study weren't definitive, but they are confirmation that all this talk about 40 being the new 30 is a bunch of hooey.
Just when you think the world is full of love and sunshine and rainbows, yet another study comes along and smacks you in the face to prove otherwise. Turns out that a lot of men don't enter into commitments like marriage out of a genuine bond toward a woman — they seem to do it just because. Let's explore, shall we?
My quasi-new boyfriend and I are currently preparing for a big relationship transition: We're moving out of the "honeymoon" phase and into the "football-season" phase.
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Like it or not, first impressions do matter. Second and third impressions do too — especially in the dating world. Admit it, you want to be wanted and liked by your suitor. We all do! No man or woman wants to be told they're not the best choice or the most favorable candidate for love. The trouble is that our desire to be liked often drives us to be someone other than ourselves.
As much as we may hate to admit this, we ladies definitely do certain things to get a guy's attention. I mean, we may flip our hair when a cute guy walks by, lick our lips when we see him looking our direction — it's just human nature! The thing is, we're girls, but how are we to know what a guy's really thinking, how are we to know what guys ACTUALLY think is sexy?
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Psychologists at the University of South Brittany in France studied a group of 120 males (ages 18-21). The men were shown a 20-year-old woman (wearing different colored t-shirts) and asked to rate her attractiveness and how likely she would have sex on a first date.
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