Research Communication Project

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Isaac Guajardo
J. Floerke
Interpersonal Communications
6 February 2014
What Women Want: An Analysis of Female Attraction Mechanisms
Among the many clichés that exist in our modern day culture, one that has not lost its relevance among Westerners is the saying that goes, “Women do not really know what they want in a romantic partner.” Although this is obviously not a statement of fact, for many people—especially those who consider women romantically attractive (specifically men), the question continues to be, “What do women really want in a partner?” or “What do women find attractive?” When it comes to answering either of these questions there is no one solution that fits all, as no two women are identically the same. However, there are some basic principles that can be drawn out to determine what attracts women to men. Although the task of discovering what sparks the interest of women in men is sometimes not easy, there are a few general guidelines that can backed up scientifically and culturally to identify the common attractions that women have for men. Such guidelines are perhaps dominant or recessive in different circumstances, but they do tend to be expressed throughout interpersonal relationships that women and men have. In analyzing the gender and biological differences that women and men have, there emerges a pattern which expresses some general guidelines for what women find attractive in men.
One of the main factors that contribute to the attraction that women have for men is the cultural gender roles that men embody. Almost universally there exists a difference with what gender roles men aand women identify with. As is usully the case in western culture, masculinity is attributed to males and femininity to females, making a unique dynamic relationship between the two sexes. Such distinction between gender roles creates certain conditions…...

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