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Science-Backed Techniques Men Can Use To Attract Women

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Scientists have long pondered the age-old question: How can men attract more women? Business Insider reports there are now a number of serious scientific studies that provide some answers. Men who look older, sport a light beard, and volunteer are generally considered more appealing. Women are more attracted to men who have roughly the same level of attractiveness. They also prefer men who have high-status jobs, homes, and cars. As for muscles? Have them...but not too many!

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