Study says woman’s face may determine relationship outcome

Posted at 3:31 PM, Jun 25, 2013

A new study may be a bit disturbing to some ladies. Or, maybe not.

Men looking for a quick fling prefer women with more “feminine” facial features, according to a report from CTV News. The report cites a study that talks about the evolutionary determinants of the mating game.

Feminine features like a smaller jawbone or fuller cheeks are closely linked to a woman’s perceived attractiveness, which in turn is taken as an indicator of health, youth, and fidelity and other traits, it said.

Click here to read that full story from CTV News.