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7 Things That Make A Guy Attractive Physically To Women ( If You Don’t Have No.4 & 5, You May Never Keep Her)

Articulating the male attractive, many studies have shown 7 men’s b0dy parts ladies find most attractive:

1. Six Pack Abs

It is unknown that when women attention started drifting towards Abs O! But what I know is during the time of our forefathers Abs is never an option here.

But now! Everything has changed. Not that women are shallow but they rated abs as the sexiest muscle in a man’s body.

2. The Ass

Men are not the only to stare at a woman’s butt. Women like tight butts just as much as men do.

Although they acknowledge the fact that bigger and nicely shaped butts are attributed to the female s3x, women also appreciate a well-defined butt in a man.

3. Broad Shoulders

According to a study from the University of Albany, a woman’s s3xual satisfaction is strongly linked to her partner’s attractiveness and shoulder breadth.

Broad, well-defined shoulders have always been considered a sign of strength and masculinity.

4. Looking Rich

Richness has a look! and only women can see this – Don’t worry! It’s only them that knows how it appears to them, even them can’t even explain to themselves.

5. Big (D*ck)

This accounted for over 79 percent of the variability in a woman’s perceived attraction to a man.

A man with big D beats a man’s heigh when it came to physical attractiveness.

6. Strong Arms

Women feel strong arms signify a man’s ability to protect a woman.

7. Beard and Moustache

According to a 2013 study from the journal Evolution & Human Behavior, women are most attractive to men with full beards which they associate with good health and parenting ability.

In conclusion, it is essential to emphasize that physical appearance is just one aspect of attractiveness.

Other qualities such as personality, confidence, kindness, intelligence, and sense of humor also play significant roles in how attractive a man is perceived to be.

Ultimately, beauty is subjective, and what truly matters is finding someone who appreciates and values you for who you are as an individual.