What makes men attractive?

   Speaking of the attractiveness of men, shiny leather shoes, neat hair, and pinstriped suits may be the details that many women pay attention to. But removing these factors, does the attractiveness of men disappear? The answer is obviously no.
   A study by the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom found that men with slightly longer-than-average legs were more attractive to women, while longer upper limbs or too long legs did not have this charm. In other words, the attractiveness of men to women-just look at the legs!
   Scientists believe that this conclusion is the result of human evolution. Because human evolutionary pressure has a great impact on women’s romantic feelings, women instinctively choose healthier men. An important parameter for measuring whether men are healthy and strong is the proportion of the body. . A study by Johns Hopkins University in the United States found that lower limb to height ratios, that is, people with shorter legs are slightly more at risk of developing type 2 diabetes because of hormone secretion or nutrition before birth or childhood Ingestion status may affect the development of the height ratio, which may be related to the risk of diabetes.
   Does this mean that whether men are attractive to women is based on health alone? Other proportions such as the arms, elbows, and knees can also be related to a person’s health. Does the proportion of the body in these regions also affect women’s views?
   To answer this question, the researchers collected data on the body proportions of approximately 9,000 people in the U.S. Army and combined the data with a computer to generate an average male body proportion. These images have no faces, and the average height is set to about 1.8 meters. There is a difference, the longest leg is 7.62 cm longer than the average. The researchers then adjusted the body proportions of these maps to make their arms and legs longer or shorter, and finally asked more than 800 women in the United States to compare the attractiveness of each model.
   The results showed that males with a leg length of about 1.27 cm longer had a higher image score, and legs that were too long or too short were considered subtraction items. The other three experiments showed that upper limb length did not affect male attractiveness.
   Obviously, women don’t care about men’s elbows or knees. It doesn’t matter where they are placed. Men’s arms will not make women’s pulse beat faster. But when women’s eyes noticed men’s legs, especially when men’s leg length reached almost half of the body’s height, their heartbeat began to accelerate and their eyes began to blur.