San Antonio, TX (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – New study says when it comes to procreation women will choose “bad boys” over “nice guys.”
Assistant professor of marketing, Kristina Durante, at The University of Texas at San Antonio finds that hormones associated with ovulation influence women's perceptions of men as potential fathers.
In her research she found that near ovulation women thought that the sexy man “bad boys” would be helpful in the caring for a baby, shopping for food, cooking and contributing to household chores.
Something that is more interesting though is that his contributions would only happen if the female subject were his partner.
When asked about what kind of father the sexy “bad boy” would make if he were to have children with another woman, women were quick to point out the bad boy's shortcomings.
This may explain why there are more single mothers who could not pass up a mating opportunity believing that Mr. Wrong could be “the One.”
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