Jul 21, 2021
What your face says about your sex life
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Men who were open to casual sex generally had longer faces, higher foreheads, longer noses, and larger eyes., found the team. Additionally, women accurately identified these male facial features as indicators of men’s interest in casual sex.
“This is a really valuable skill, as it would allow women to make subconscious decisions about which men would be suitable for them, according to the goals of their relationship, “the authors explain.
The men were not so accurate for these interpretations. They mistakenly perceived smaller, graceful female faces with smaller eyes and smaller lips as an indicator of women’s openness to casual sex. But it was not so.
In summary, the study results suggest that Women are good at correctly identifying the physical characteristics of men that indicate interest in a one-night stand, but not the other way around.
“When we are looking for a new partner, we may be looking for different things “said Ian Stephen, a co-author of the study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. “Sometimes we may be looking to form a lasting relationship, but other times we may just be looking for an affair. We decided to see if people’s intentions could be revealed by their faces.”Why are women better than men at recognizing this attitude?
The researchers tried to answer this question with the help of artificial intelligence, designing an algorithm that would make these kinds of judgments. The result? The AI could make accurate predictions about men’s relationship intentions from their faces, but not from women.
“We think this points to a role for testosterone,” says Joseph Antar, a co-author of the work. As testosterone plays a less relevant role in female development, it would explain why men, and not even AI, are good at recognizing the socio-sexuality of female faces.
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UPDATE 3-Olympics-Swimming-Double gold joy for American men, Chinese women
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By Simon Evans
TOKYO, July 29 (Reuters) - Caeleb Dressel won the blue riband men's 100m freestyle as the United States celebrated two gold medals in the Tokyo pool on Thursday while China's women responded with two golds, and a world record, of their own in another thrilling day of swimming.
Alongside Dressel's triumph in the marquee event, fellow American Bobby Finke clinched the 800m freestyle with an impressive late surge.
China gained their first gold in the Tokyo pool with Zhang Yufei winning the women's 200m butterfly and then she returned to the pool to help her team upset the favored Australians to win the 4x200m freestyle relay, setting a world record along the way.
Australia's Zac Stubblety-Cook took gold in the men's 200m breaststroke, also thanks to an incredible late surge to the finish.
World champion Dressel powered to victory in an Olympic record 47.02, finishing six hundredths of a second ahead of Rio winner Kyle Chalmers of Australia, with Russian Kliment Kolesnikov taking bronze.
Dressel went into the race as favorite and led from rising star Kolesnikov at the turn before holding off a strong finish from Chalmers to touch first.
It was Dressel's fourth Olympic gold but his first in an individual event having picked up two relay medals in Rio and the 4x100m freestyle relay in Tokyo.
“I wasn’t worried about anything at all ... it means a lot, I knew the weight was on my shoulders," said Dressel.
"It's a really tough year, it's really hard. So, to have the results show up, It really came together, so I'm happy," Dressel said.
In the 800 free, Finke pulled off a surprise win ahead of Italian world champion Gregorio Paltrinieri, who led all the way until the 750m turn when German Florian Wellbrock moved in front for the last length.
But Finke then made his late move and powered home in a time of 7:41.87. Wellbrock faded but Paltrinieri did not, the Italian, who had been a doubt for the Games due to illness, touching 0.24 seconds behind Finke to take the silver.
Ukraine's Mykhailo Romanchuk took the bronze medal.
Finke said he had to push hard when he saw Paltrinieri was clawing his way back towards the finish.
"I noticed when I was about 10 meters out that he was catching a little ground and that was all the motivation I needed," said the American.
Paltrinieri was the clear favorite last year before suffering with "mono," or mononucleosis, and its tiring effects.
"I didn't know how it would go, so being here on the podium, I wouldn't have bet a euro on it. I wouldn't have bet on it two weeks ago," he said.
China's biggest gold medal hope Zhang delivered in style -- taking control from the outset as she set an Olympic record of 2:03.86 to improve on her silver from the 100m butterfly.
Americans Regan Smith and Hali Flickinger took silver and bronze to win the country's first medals in the women's event since Sydney in 2000.
Zhang was soon back in the water as part of the 4x200m team, which left the Americans and highly-rated Australians trailing in their wake in a race which saw all three medal winners swim under the world record time.
Australia had been the fastest qualifiers, and with double Tokyo gold medal winner Ariarne Titmus in their ranks were the heavy favorites to follow-up on their 4x100m gold.
Zhang kept China in front on the penultimate leg before handing over to Li Bingjie, who did well to hold off six-times gold medallist Katie Ledecky in the final meters as the United States had to settle for silver.
While China celebrated, Australia were left to rue their decision to leave out teenager Mollie O’Callaghan, who was their second fastest swimmer behind Titmus in the heats.
There was also criticism from some pundits of their rotation policy of fielding different teams in the heats and the final.
In the men's 200m breaststroke, Arno Kamminga of the Netherlands led at the 150m turn and was inside world record time as he fought with Finland's Matti Mattsson.
Stubbletly-Cook was third on the last turn, 1.2 seconds adrift of the lead, but then delivered an astonishing final lap to secure the country's fifth gold medal in the pool so far and the first for their men.
Kamminga was second, adding to his silver in the 100m breaststroke, with Mattsson taking bronze.
The gold was the first in men's breaststroke for Australia since Ian O'Brien in Tokyo in 1964, also in the 200m.
(Reporting by Simon Evans, Additional reporting by Martin Petty, Aaron Sheldrick and Farah Master in Hong Kong and Alan Baldwin in London; Editing by Peter Rutherford )