Previous studies have shown that men tend to overestimate women's interest in them. But new research shows that some men are more likely than others to assume that chick was totally into them, even when she wasn't.
A recent study shows that men may be just as interested in a woman's body as in her face when pursuing a short-term relationship, news that True/Slant's Ryan Sager helpfully frames in terms of the charming moniker "butterface."
New research purports to show that women are getting more attractive, because pretty women have more children and, proportionately, more daughters. Take this news with, as the tabloids say, a boulder of salt.