DrZhana – Debunking popular sex myths that ruin lives

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Is fathers' (dis)engagement linked to their daughters' interest in casual sex? A new study with about 400 women across 4 experiments found that women with absent or disengaged fathers perceived more sexual intent in men's faces and behaviors, which in turn predicted more interest in #casualsex (i.e., unrestricted #sociosexuality) compared to women with present/involved dads. The takeaway? Low paternal #investment is indirectly linked to increased uncommitted sexual behavior.
#LifeHistoryTheory
#legitsexscience #sexscience #sexresearch #sexsciencenews
Link to study: ow.ly/SSP530itvia
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