5. Women taking contraceptive can be regarded as less attractive
As most folks know, the pill prevents pregnancy by inhibiting ovulation. Nothing earth shattering there. But Dr. Alexandra Alvergne and her colleague Dr. Virpi Lummaa of the University of Sheffield discovered that the unfortunate side-effect is really a reduction in woman’s attractiveness. Over a standard menstrual period, hormones fluctuate, vocal pitches change and body odors are altered also. During ovulation, these subtle changes increase a woman’s attractiveness given that they signify fertility It’s hard to trust that men may detect something simple as ovulation. Yet they do. A 2007 University of New Mexico study found that strippers enjoy better paychecks when ovulating actually. A significantly higher $70 1 hour vs. the normal $35 for a lady menstruating, and $50 every time a woman is neither menstruating nor ovulating.