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All the nice girls love a sailor, as the old ditty taught us. And for sailor, also read soldier and airman – or frankly any chap in a uniform exhibiting a spot of derring-do. For a study by the University of Southampton, published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour , has found that women are more likely to find war veterans attractive when presented with hypothetical male profiles representing heroism across different scenarios.

Those who boasted humanitarian endeavours were not rated as highly, nor mere jocks. For all their posturing on the sports field, odiferous Lycra has nothing on a starched dress uniform or a pair of well-filled combat trews.

Alas, this was found to apply only when said chap wasn’t a chapess. When the tables were turned, heroism was not found to be a sexually attractive trait in women. Joost Leunissen, one of the study’s authors, remarked: “This provides evidence for the hypothesis that gender differences in inter-group conflict can have an evolutionary origin, as only males seem to benefit from displaying heroism.” Translation: despite having moved on from our cave phase, men still score points by hitting each other with rocks, while women are expected to swoon.

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All the nice girls love a sailor, as the old ditty taught us. And for sailor, also read soldier and airman – or frankly any chap in a uniform exhibiting a spot of derring-do. For a study by the University of Southampton, published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour , has found that women are more likely to find war veterans attractive when presented with hypothetical male profiles representing heroism across different scenarios.

Those who boasted humanitarian endeavours were not rated as highly, nor mere jocks. For all their posturing on the sports field, odiferous Lycra has nothing on a starched dress uniform or a pair of well-filled combat trews.

Alas, this was found to apply only when said chap wasn’t a chapess. When the tables were turned, heroism was not found to be a sexually attractive trait in women. Joost Leunissen, one of the study’s authors, remarked: “This provides evidence for the hypothesis that gender differences in inter-group conflict can have an evolutionary origin, as only males seem to benefit from displaying heroism.” Translation: despite having moved on from our cave phase, men still score points by hitting each other with rocks, while women are expected to swoon.


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