Science says that men who do house chores are more attractive and irresistible to women


Good looking man with six-packs and chiseled jawline might be attractive for most women, but did you know there is one type of guy that women can’t resist?

After looking at the data, scientists have found that men involved in household chores such as cleaning and cooking become more attractive to females. According to sociologists Scott Coltrane and Michele Adams from the University of California at Riverside, men appear more charming as they’re sweeping or doing laundry.

Man with six-packs might be attractive, but a man doing house chores is irresistible.

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In the data from the American Child Development Supplement of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics that they analyzed, the sociologists discovered that women identify men who perform more cleaning chores as more desirable attractive.

They’re not the only ones to find out about this as their findings are backed up by Council of Contemporary Families which pointed out that as women now also work full-time, couples who share household chores evenly are more satisfied with all aspects of their marriage.

It is safe to say that couples are happier when they do chores together.

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Expert specialized in relationships and marriage, psychologist Dr. Gottman verified in his own investigations that wives most probably identify their husbands’ domestic participation as a sign of love. And this what makes them more drawn to their husbands.

Some men might feel that they will be seen as less manly if they regularly participate in house chores like making dinner, cleaning the house or watching the baby. But the truth is far from that as it’s the complete opposite of what they thought.

Doing all those actually can help them appear more desirable, attractive and even strengthen their relationships.

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Not only that, data shows that little boys who do house chores along with their fathers get along better with peers, develop more friendships than those who don’t, less likely to disobey teachers or misbehave in class and rarely get depressed or withdraw from their social lives.

In other words, men who do house chores will be more attractive and desirable by their spouses and have a high possibility of having good amazing sons too!