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They found that the red background led the men to perceive the females as more attractive.In another study in which females wore a red t-shirt, males sat closer to them than when they wore a blue t-shirt (Niesta-Kayser, Elliot & Feltman, (2010).If only everything else in life could be done so easily!Women who referred to themselves as “girls” received more replies than the ones who didn’t.Grammer, Renninger, & Fischer (2004) identified several male postures which illustrate dominance and social status, and therefore can increase attractiveness.Some of these postures are open body movements (arms open and not folded, legs apart and not together), space maximisation movements (dominating social space and taking up space close by), and engaging in non reciprocated touches with other males (touching, but not being touched back).Conclusion As a very brief summary, the take home message is that if you are male, you need to be seen in the company of other females, adopt certain body postures, be creative and make jokes.For females, you just need to wear red and appreciate jokes. References This is very heteronormative, not to mention heavily tilted toward men.
The men were more successful at obtaining the phone numbers of females in the condition where they carried the guitar, suggesting that they appeared more attractive when they appeared to be more musical and therefore creative.Furthermore, a male pictured in the company of other females is sometimes considered to be ‘pre-approved’ and therefore desirable and attractive.In an online dating context therefore, a male’s profile picture where he is pictured accompanied by a slightly more attractive female should enhance his chances, by making him appear more attractive. Adopt a certain posture The way in which we move has an affect on how attractive people find us, and while it may be difficult to illustrate movement in static profile pictures on dating sites, we can however display certain postures and gestures which may enhance our levels of attractiveness.The general rule according to Bressler, Martin & Balshine (2006), is that males prefer humour appreciation (others to laugh at them) and females prefer humour production (others who make jokes).
Furthermore, Grammer & Eibl-Eibesfeldt (1990) observed that when females and males are engaged in conversation, it is generally the amount of laughter produced by the female as opposed to the amount of laughter produced by the male that is more predictive of sexual interest.
This is very heteronormative, not to mention heavily tilted toward men.