A study published in the American Sociological Review found that men who spent more time doing "more traditionally female" household chores like cooking, cleaning, and shopping were found to have less sex than those who didn't. “The results suggest the existence of a gendered set of sexual scripts, in which the traditional performance and display of gender is important for creation of sexual desire and performance of sexual activity,” said one of the lead researchers. Really? But really? I'm sorry, I respect scientific theory, but I simply can't think of anything sexier than a man doing the dishes or wielding a mop or cooking dinner for me. Maybe that's because I believe in household egalitarianism. Performative gender roles be dammed! A man doing "traditionally female" chores is a straight up aphrodisiac. [Newswise]
Click through for a few more studies about things that supposedly make men sexier to us. I'm not sure I can sign off on all of them.
Looks like a good kisser to me.
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