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According to a new study wherein people wore eye tracking gear while looking at pictures of models with different body types men look at breasts and waists for longer periods of time than they look at faces and since they spend so much time staring at that general area women with hourglass figures were not only looked at more they were rated as having better personalities.

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Wearing clothes that accentuate your body is nothing new nor do i believe its disrespectful but thats not where i am going with this in todays society theres something called social media and its basically your r233sum233 for men where you go whom you go with what you say and how you say it reflects you as an individual.

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Although most men say they prefer the look or feel of certain body parts of women most of the time they settle for something different chemistry always prevails and that goes for both men and women.

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At least that seems to be part of the takeaway from a new study that found that men look for good bodies in shortterm mates but pretty faces in longterm partners as for men maybe weightlifting shouldnt be a priority.

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Span classnews_dtoct 29 2013spannbsp018332men also view curvier women as having better personalities eyetracking technology proves what women have long observed men look at womens.

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A hrefvideossearchqlookatthatbodymenampru2fsearch3fq3dlook2520at2520that2520body2520menampviewdetailampmmscnvwrcampmida8a55202c09f9152bdfea8a55202c09f9152bdfeampformwvfstd hidserp54101watch videoanbsp018332the ideal female body according to the men the one shown on the left in each pair above had a bmi of 1882 a waisttohip ratio ratio of 70 and a waisttochest ration of 67 the men in the study designed a very similar female ideal not shown 188 73 and 69 respectively.

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An exciting new popular study of the male bodyfresh honest and full of revelations in this surprising candid cultural analysis susan bordo begins with a frank tender look at her own fathers body and goes on to perceptively scrutinize the presentation of maleness in everyday life.

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