Submitted by Admin on Mon, 04/28/2008 - 20:06
I have until now addressed variation in men’s preferences regarding women’s physical femininity in terms of sexual orientation-related differences, but even among heterosexual men there is variation in the extent to which physical femininity is preferred in women, and here is an article on a series of 3 studies on this issue. In these studies, the authors took pictures of the faces of young adult women and presented them to men in two forms, slightly masculinized and slightly feminized. The male judges rated them for attractiveness.
Submitted by Admin on Sat, 04/26/2008 - 19:00
Submitted by Admin on Wed, 04/16/2008 - 04:50
Who might be displeased?
Submitted by Admin on Mon, 04/14/2008 - 18:49
Large labia minora can result in chronic irritations, worsened hygiene, interfere with sexual intercourse and be aesthetically displeasing. The solution is surgical reduction, and the technique addressed here is inferior wedge reduction with superior pedicle flap reconstruction.(1, pdf)
Submitted by Admin on Sat, 04/12/2008 - 03:52
Here are two studies on cross-cultural comparisons.
Submitted by Admin on Mon, 04/07/2008 - 03:21
Submitted by Admin on Fri, 04/04/2008 - 03:25
Springer et al.(1, pdf) showed the following noses individually to 308 judges and asked them to judge whether they belong to women or men. Each of the four images shows the average of a sample of men or women, none of whom were the judges.
Submitted by Admin on Wed, 04/02/2008 - 00:55
Submitted by Admin on Sun, 03/30/2008 - 18:05
The results of this study should not be surprising, and one might think it remarkable that some researcher would spend time documenting this, but hard evidence that feminists have been unfairly blaming patriarchy, yet again, is welcome.
Submitted by Admin on Sat, 03/29/2008 - 01:31
The following picture contrasts the looks of cellulite in a young woman with that in a middle-aged woman.