Because, for a hot-blooded woman like me, there’s nothing sexier than a furry fella.
To all you blokes constantly waxing, shaving or plucking, body hair is a thing of beauty – the more and thicker, the better.
Like many women of my generation, I grew up watching such films as Indiana Jones and Three Men And A Baby – with Hairy-son Ford manfully diving through caves and an abandoned new-born baby lying on the forest of Tom Selleck’s chest that was so thick it practically sprouted through the screen.
These were REAL men to me – and I am not alone. A recent study found women are biologically wired to find hairy men attractive, because it means they have high testosterone levels . . . indicating a higher sex drive. Perfect.
And there are plenty of other reasons why body fluff hirsutes you, sir. Hairy men are very likely to be highly intelligent, for one.
A study of male Mensa members – who have an IQ of at least 140 – found they have a tendency to have thick body hair.
And they smell super-sexy. Hairiness helps to increase the natural body scent given off by a man.
According to scientific research, a woman will literally sniff out a man’s genetic make-up before she decides if he is right for her.
So on these pages we present a veritable treasure chest of mane men to demonstrate how a bit of frizz really is the biz – and the smoothies to avoid.
So please step away from that razor, lads.
Because whether you have a thick thatch or just a smattering of fluff, remember that eight out of ten women (probably) prefer whiskers – and you can’t say furrier than that.
How the hairy hunks measure up
Dr Alex George
Donald Glover (Childish Gambino)
THE LUST RETORTS
Journalist Mariella Frostrup sparked the discussion this week by claiming women who did were guilty of double standards – and now Channel 4 news presenter Cathy Newman has joined in.
After photos of a shirtless Aidan, 34, appeared in several papers to promote the new series of Poldark, starting June 10, she tweeted: “If we women object to being ogled, how is this any different?”
Feminist journalist Caroline Criado Perez replied: “It’s not a double standard because no one is saying men can’t find women attractive.”
Newman tweeted back: “But is Aidan Turner being allowed to be more than his bare-chested romping?”
Next Piers Morgan waded in with a sarcastic post: “I’m absolutely outraged by this sexual object-ification of Poldark’ – said no man ever.”
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