Does dressing more provocative actually trigger more attraction from the opposite sex? According to a new study… not really.
According to a new report, women who wear ‘skimpy’ outfits to attract the opposite sex are wasting their time. Researchers from the University of Kent calculated how much pupils widened involuntarily as a response to men and women who dress partially nude versus fully clothed.
The study examined heterosexual males viewing pictures of clothed and naked women. The results? Scientists found little difference in levels of excitement, no matter how much flesh was exposed.
The new study also examined heterosexual women, which studied how women reacted when they were shown pictures of men.
Members of both sexes spent more time ‘ogling’ the image’s private parts when photos of the opposite sex were nude and uncensored.
In this study, each arm accounted for 10 percent of the body. Each leg was 15 percent, and the torso was 50 percent.
The notion that people in the media are baring more flesh is supported by research from the University of Buffalo.
Celebrities like Amber Rose and Blac Chyna proudly dress provocatively. Many have wondered if celebs are the cause to the trend growing larger among youth today.
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