A scientific study was was held to better understand the relationship between perceived attractiveness and condom use intentions in a heterosexual male population in the age group 18-69. The conclusion stated by the research stated that men really wants to have unprotected sex when they find their partners hot.
The study has found that men were willing to have sexual intercourse with women who were attractive without condoms by judging oh her looks on an average.
The research says, “Male perceptions of attractiveness influence their condom use intentions. Such brisk biases could profitably be discussed during sex education sessions and in condom use prevention interventions.”
The findings researched by a team headed by a graduate students in computer science at the university of Southampton in London, Anastasia Eleftheriou, showed that men likely to have unprotected sex with attractive women, even though a though of sexual transmitted disease infection comes in his mind.
In contrast study has also shown that men who found a woman less attractive was more willing to use a condom. The results have also showed that if a man considers himself more attractive then the chances of having unprotected sex goes upward.
By Prajakt K.