because low-pitched masculine voices might be associated with aggression, such modulation could potentially enable men to signal both their masculinity and lack of threat simultaneously.” In other words, “Hey, sexy lady, hear this? That’s right: I’m a virile, testosterone-fuelled male specimen of our species but, cross my heart, I’ll be sweet to you…
and our future offspring.” And indeed, a group of naïve female listeners asked to judge the verbal recordings of male wooers found those with the most significant pitch variability the most attractive.
And so, I ask all investigative journalists to step on it, please.
Hurry this train along — we all know where it’s going, my god, why is it taking so damned long? I want my life back, I miss the unfettered frolics.
A team of researchers led by Juan David Leongómez, a psychologist at the University of Stirling, has discovered that certain “paralingual” features of the human voice, particularly changes to pitch and modulation, can betray the speaker’s hidden sexual attraction to his or her listener.
Sex is sexier when it unfolds solely for the participants. I’d be curious to see how the keening panic is translating to the bedrooms of America — or the world.
Hostesses, women paid to flirt with men at bars or clubs, were once frowned upon along with sex workers.
But the job has become mainstream and an increasingly popular career move for young Japanese women.
Whether you love or loathe Tinder, there is no denying it has changed online dating forever.
As a result there is now no end of apps with the same aim of helping you fall in love (or at the very least get laid).