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05 September 2011

Sexist men attract sexist women

When it comes to aggressive courtship strategies, sexist men and women seem to be perfect for each other, new research suggests.

When it comes to aggressive courtship strategies, sexist men and women seem to be perfect for each other, new research suggests.

The researchers found that men who favoured casual sex were more likely to use aggressive courtship strategies, while women who were also open to casual sex were more likely to respond to such approaches.

Sexist relationships seem to work

 
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