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If this seems to defy the notion that men always want a woman who’s just old enough to start having children, consider that dating and mating are also social functions. This is a case of the environment modifying our preferences within the limits of the genetic template.

Most polygamous cultures are highly centered around childbearing as a primary goal of marriage — much moreso than in Western Post-Industrial Nations.

In this mildly racy dating manual, Frances, a columnist for Flaunt magazine, recommends that women juggle multiple men, much in the way that men are often thought to juggle multiple women.

I bought her all kinds of things such as stuffed animals, clothing, and jewelry.

Because dating is a human exercise, it can be a tightrope fraught with danger.

They’re easily startled by fast moves, are content to sing your praises until talk of commitment begins, and often flee in an attempt to resist (emotional) arrest! In Dating, Mating, and Manhandling, you’ll get the most up-to-date romantic research and learn essentials like:• Flirtatious field techniques• The best places to man catch • How to decipher male sexual sign language• How to tell the difference between the Marrying Man and the Hardened Bachelor• How to get men eating out of the palm of your hand! This commitmentphobe would rather drown in the rain than get back in the barn. Is an extinct lover from your past ruining your present love life? With Lauren Frances’s Romantic Rules and Manhandling Techniques under your (garter) belt, you’ll go from mere boy-watching to dating, mating, and manhandling in no time! Dating, Mating, and Manhandling demystifies modern male courtship behavior and offers practical advice designed to help you catch and keep your Lovebird.

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Men have different evolutionary pressures than women, so we should not be surprised that the traits they find desirable in a mate should also be different.

David Buss, in surveying 37 countries over several decades, learned a great deal about what men want in women.