While it has always been a key attribute of personality that men and women look for while searching for romance, new research from Rutgers University shows that the best dancers are more likely to attract potential mates. While it is no secret that dances are common in the animal world, in many cultures, dances are used by both sexes to show their skills as performers in bed. Rutgers research shows that good dancers have more symmetrical bodies – a key factor in attraction.
“Symmetrical males were evaluated as significantly better dancers than asymmetrical males, accounting for 48 percent of the variance in dance ability…Even though symmetrical females were significantly better dancers than asymmetrical females, female symmetry only accounted for 23 percent of dance ability,” the researchers said.
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