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Men Think Women Who Listen To Them Are Sexier

According to a new study, men are more likely to be sexually attracted to women who listen to them and show “responsiveness” by being aware of what they are thinking and feeling, while female subjects were more likely to view responsiveness as a trick to get them to have sex. What do you think?

  • “It’s true that my most satisfying sexual experiences always take place over the phone.”

    Allan Burbage
    Bagel Slicer
  • “It’s a good quality to have, unless she’s one of those women who goes around and pays attention to every guy she’s having a conversation with.”

    Michael Nicotero
    Anesthesia Tester
  • “That’s why most pornography focuses so heavily on the importance of empathy.”

    Doug Stoughtman
    Seashell Collector