No More Myths about Human Sexuality

14 Sep

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The Role of the Brain in Human Attraction – We really do not know why we pick certain physical characteristics in our quest for mates, but scientists are getting closer to accurate answers.  They have measured every angle of the human face, the symmetry of the bodies of modern dancers, and crafted formulas from the bodies of exotic dancers.  As far as outward features are concerned, the body type for women that is most desired by men is the hour glass shape.  Women work out to preserve that coveted 10 to 12 inch difference between bust-to-waist and waist-to-hip.  Women most prefer that upside down pyramid shape for men, which includes broad shoulders and a cinched waist.  (Look at how men are depicted in an exaggerated fashion on cartoons.)  Of course, we want a potential mate to possess a positive disposition, but we see the physical attributes before getting to know…

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