People’s faces may tell you if they’re horny

People’s faces may tell you if they’re horny: study 


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People with shorter, wider faces tend to have stronger sex drives than those with faces of other dimensions, reports a new study.

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 1:22 PM

Face it, if you’ve got an oval Modigliani-like mug, you’re not as likely to get lucky as someone with a square face.

So says a provocative new Canadian study that found that that people with shorter, wider faces tend to have stronger sex drives than those with faces of other dimensions.

(Okay, now that you’ve checked out yourself in the mirror, keep reading.)

To reach their conclusions, lead author and psychology professor Steven Arnocky, Ph.D., and colleagues at Nipissing University in Canada conducted two separate studies focusing on facial width to height ratio (fWHR).

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In one, researchers surveyed 145 undergraduates about sex drive and compared responses with pictures of participants faces’ width-to-height ratios.

In the second study, an expansion of the first, 314 students were queried about sexual orientation, infidelity and willingness to have sex outside a committed relationship.

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The Nipissing facial ratio study proved true for women and men.

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For both men and women, a higher facial width to height ratio — that is, wider cheekbones and shorter distances between the brow and the upper lip — reported higher sex drives than others. Men with a higher fWHR also reported being more accepting of casual sex and prone to infidelity.


Earlier studies into facial structure and testosterone have associated a high fWHR with odds of being racist and aggressive.

While the findings suggest that facial characteristics convey important information about human sexual motivations, more research must be conducted to determine the strength of the effect, Arnocky told The News.

'You can’t walk down the street and see someone with a short, wide face and know with certainty about their sex drive'

“You can’t walk down the street and see someone with a short, wide face and know with certainty about their sex drive,” he added. "The fWHR is not the end all, be all. There are social and cultural factors at play.”

The study was published in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behavior.


Source: nydailynews.com 

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