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3 Things Women Find Inexplicably Attractive In Men That You Probably Didn’t Know About

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For decades, men were trying to figure out what are the things that women find attractive in them. Of course, the apparent answers delved from physical attractiveness and money to charm and having a good character.

However, there are 3 things that are extremely attractive to women that are not too obvious to men.

1. Good Sense Of Humor

Women find men who have a great sense of humor to be extremely sexy. This is probably because having a good sense of humor subconsciously is linked with creativity and intelligence. Moreover, having a sense of humor signals an ability for achieving great fortune and success, and also having many romantic and sexual partners which pique up women’s interest. Plus, who wouldn’t want to have a partner who could always make them laugh?

2. Storytelling Abilities

Many women think that men who can tell a good story are very good-looking. Apparently, having storytelling abilities highly influences the degree to which many women find men to be attractive and to be potential long-term partners. Namely, a good storyteller means someone who has a high social status and is able to influence others and gain material resources.

3. Selflessness

The majority of women prefer men who are generous, especially when it comes to long-term relationships. Moreover, many women say they prefer a selfless man over a good looking one. Generosity and altruism are traits which are very attractive to men. Of course, every woman would like to have a man who is both good looking and generous, but if they have to choose one characteristic – most of them would choose generosity.

Ladies, do you have something else to add?

Mary Wright

Mary Wright

Mary Wright is a professional writer with more than 10 years of incessant practice. Her topics of interest gravitate around the fields of the human mind and the interpersonal relationships of people.
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