http://www.theaustralian.com.au/hig...y/news-story/9ed5a9ffecb46ea5413326fd73d68b85 “Those on the right, for example, sometimes don’t like evolutionary theory, period, and those on the left, they don’t want there to be any evolved sex differences — they want males and females to be identical in their psychology.” =========================== Men tend to be attracted to women with markers of health and fertility, including good muscle tone and the low waist-to-hip ratio that comes with curves. More surprising is the fact that men respond to the lumbar curve of a woman’s spine, which allows her to deal with pregnancy’s centre of gravity shift. A former student of Buss’s, David Lewis, calculated the optimum lumbar curve biomechanically — and showed that men found exactly this degree of curvature most attractive. “It’s a fascinating, rather precise prediction of what men should find attractive, and it’s not something that’s intuitively obvious,” Buss says. What women look for in men are markers of status, health and the ability to protect a wife and her children, although Buss says the research here is less advanced and more complicated. ======================== I am curious to see an example of a woman with the optimum lumbar curve.