Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Asexuality Is A Other Brain-Less Buss Word, The Science Of Attraction: Science Finally Explains Why Men Prefer Blondes to Brunettes Women, Asexuality And Gender Identity Claim Dubunked!

The long-time feud between blondes and brunettes is about to get nastier. Science has finally given an explanation as to why men may find blondes more attractive.

For decades, many have raised blondes as a standard of beauty across the world. The Guardian’s Carole Jahme explains why men have taken such a fancy to the blonde hair and blue-eyed combination.
As Jahme writes, humans in the late Palaeolithic era were succeptible to early death due to dangerous hunting trips. Because of the high fatality rate, women engaged in an intense sexual rivalry because their numbers exceeded those of males.
“The theory is that when given the choice, Palaeolithic males chose blondes, who stood out from their rivals,” Jahme writes.
Believe it or not, only about 2 percent of the world’s population is blonde, therefore allowing these women to stand out from the other hair-colored women and, as a result, creating a more attractive allure.

Mike Baird / Flickr
Mike Baird / Flickr
The primitive logic is still seemingly applied in today’s society. In fact, Jahme writes, research indicates that blondes feature more often as Playboy centerfolds than other women.
But fear not, fellow brunettes—there is a light at the end of the tunnel!
The Daily Mail reports that researchers at the University of Westminster have found that men rate brunettes high on a scale of attraction despite the fact that blondes are more frequently approached.

Blonde Brunette Protest March, 1953
Blonde Brunette Protest March, 1953
Apparently, the “dumb blonde” stereotype has created such a stigma against blondes intelligence that men are quick to judge brunettes are the more intelligent, and therefore the more attractive.
“More recently, there has been a backlash against blondes and the dumb blonde idea has become dominant,” says researcher Viren Swami.
So why are blonde women approached more often? Their cast “ditzy” attributes perceive them to be more approachable and needy than brunettes.
“Perceptions of [blondes] as being more needy may have reduced men’s fear or rejection of fear…which increased their likelihood of approaching her as a blonde,” says Swami.
Something to keep in mind the next time you’re approached at the bar, ladies. Depending on your hair color, it might say a lot about who is coming to say hello.

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