A study finds that a women's gait changes during the course of her menstrual cycle. Well, I should think so! Anyone who's had to endure wearing a heavy-flow pad could tell you that much. But how do men respond?
Considering — as studies (some more scientific than others) have reiterated ad nauseum — that much of our behavior has to do with the human instinct to breed like bunnies, one might conclude that during the most fertile days of a gal's cycle, she walks in a manner that is slightly more attractive to men (a bit of swing in the child-bearing hips). But no! As it turns out, the study in question found that ovulating ladies actually walked in a way that was less attractive to men: