The new paper, published in the Royal Society journal Proceedings B , also highlights another potential downside of dating dominant men: they may be better able to invest resources in a family, but less willing to do so than weaker men. The study showed women photos of male bodies with the head blanked out - one set of photos being of male university students and a second set of men who regularly worked out at a gym. Sell's team will now look at why their results clash with those of facial attractiveness studies, which have found women to show a preference for men with more feminine faces. For now, it looks like the best combo is baby face on top and beefcake a bit lower down. A new study exploring male physical attractiveness found that the buffest upper bods were universally the most appealing to the women who were asked to rate male bodies. Basically, the results suggested that being a bit tub is OK, so long as you have the strength to make up for it. A man's strength was was easily the best predictor of whether the women rated him as attractive. Better toddle off to the gym then.
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