Women who prefer their men rugged may be dismayed to learn that Metrosexual Man will not die. A new scientific study has concluded that guys in touch with their feminine sides are generally much healthier and likely to live longer than their macho counterparts. Not that Metrosexual Man will have it all his own way. Presumably there will always be stress-fuelled moments when exfoliating scrubs are a tad harsh, or the Heal's sofa fails to arrive. The Metrosexual Man might even dice with death, forgetting to take his B-vitamins because he's so busy empathising with his girlfriend, all the time noticing that tut tut it's high time she booked in for a little dermabrasion.
‘Metrosexuals’ Were Just Straight Men Who Loved Self-Care. Right?
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Find your Affair. Societal views of both genders, and the expectations we hold of each, have evolved considerably in the past fifty years or so. Today, men are encouraged to be more sensitive, more fashionable, and dare we say it more feminine. Of course, cultural acceptance of transgender issues has shifted incredibly, though there is undoubtedly still some way to go. What does all this mean? Knowing how to present yourself, and how to behave, to attract potential mates is a little more complicated than it used to be.
Metro vs. Masculine - What Do Women Really Prefer?
Some women prefer a well groomed man. Some women prefer scruffiness. Unless you're European, then maybe
It turns out that women are most attracted to metrosexual guys, who are well groomed, says a new study. Party planner Hen Heaven conducted a survey on matchmaking app Tinder to discover which type of men women found to be the most desirable, and created profiles for each stereotype using the same model and the names and ages, the Daily Star reported. Messages from each woman were recorded, and it was found that the metrosexual account received