Dating what do men want
The ladies all told their guy they'd seen him around campus. The study seemed to confirm every stereotype anyone ever held about what men want (for the purposes of this article, what heterosexual men want). Like finding out who drinks "lots of pulp" Tropicana. What psychologists discovered is that underneath the simplicity, we men can be surprisingly complicated. But we don't always want a slender frame and sharp curves. We want to say "I love you" before you do, some of us; we want to race you to love, and win.
Often while walking the streets of Manhattan I adjust both the pace and position of my stride so as to follow close behind, but not illegally close behind, an attractive woman.
Time and chance can change a man's physical ideals as much as place.
One research team recently compared the measurements of reported that men who were manipulated to feel either hungry or poor preferred heavier female figures—a sign that, according to the researchers, resource availability can "influence preferences for potential mates" even among Western males in a wealthy culture.
In countries like Britain or Denmark, where women have achieved social and economic independence, a low waist-to-hip ratio is less important to men than it is in places where women rely more heavily on men for resource acquisition, such as Greece or Portugal, Swami and other researchers find.
The more resources a woman can gather on her own, the less men care whether or not her figure conforms to the supposed ideal.