Being on the pill may decrease a woman's preference for masculine-looking men.
Women using the birth control pill prefer men with less masculine faces compared to nonusers, new research suggests.
Millions of women use hormonal forms of contraception, and some studies indicate the pill could affect partner preferences. A new study shows women were attracted to less masculine male faces after going on the pill, while their ratings of the attractiveness of female faces were unaffected. And in couples who first met when the woman was on the pill, the men were less likely to have manly faces than those who met when the woman was off the pill. If supported, the findings could have important implications for how relationships are formed.
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