Bores are binned by fertile females
WOMEN want sexier men when they are at their most fertile, according to a new scientific study.
The research found women with partners who are plain looking eye up other men when they are ovulating.
Boffins say at this time they act on instinct, subconsciously seeking more ‘manly’ men as a suitable mate.
As a result, women are attracted to dominant men with deep voices and a masculine ‘sexy’ face.
The research into behaviour changes during ovulation found women are more likely to find fault with a partner if they aren’t manly enough.
But, fortunately for the ‘less sexy’, the negative feelings are fleeting and don’t affect a woman’s long-term commitment.
Psychologists Professor Martie Haselton and Christina Larson at the University of California carried out the research.