“Strong men have more sex”

Scientific evidence platform Hoax “Strong men have more sex”
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It is said that physical strength in a man explains that they have more success when flirting.

However, there are many strong men who have little success, and on the contrary, many men who pick up a lot of girls are not strong or handsome.

Science does have identified a link between attraction and violence, that is, what attracts is an attitude of apparent confidence linked to danger or hazard. Being strong or not is not the main cause of success, because for instance if you behave like a “pagafantas” you are unlikely to “score”, whether you are muscly or not.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/333438272_Girls’_perceptions_of_boys_with_violent_attitudes_and_behaviours_and_of_sexual_attraction 

 

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