Women Pill Boring Partner
October 14, 2011 by staff
2500 mothers who had at least one child asked a question about when you first met your partner and if they were in control of birth time. This study, by the Proceedings of the Royal Society B, shows that women taking the pill when they met his beloved partner, are more likely to stay in a relationship than women not taking the pill. Although the partners of women not taking the pill have proven to be more beautiful, their relationships tend to fail more often.
This research has shown that hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle affect how women view a man as a potential partner partner. It is proven that women prefer more masculine men during ovulation than at other times. The pill neutralizes these variations, at least to women interested in the sexual attractiveness of their partners.
Another theory is that Roberts for the women taking the pill tend to have a companion with a scent that is genetically similar to them. Women who do not take the pill are more attracted to men with a scent that is genetically different from themselves.
“Women tend to find attractive men genetically different, because the resulting babies are more likely to be healthy,” Roberts said in a statement. “It’s part of the” chemistry “in the subconscious of the attraction between men and women.
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