Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Kissing means more to women than men

Men and women view kissing differently according to a study carried out by a team from New York State University. The team found out that kissing means more to women than men. Hmmm. From BBC:
They (women) use kissing as a way of assessing the recipient as a potential partner, and later to maintain intimacy and to check the status of a relationship.

But men placed less importance on it, using it to increase the likelihood of sex, Evolutionary Psychology reported.

The questionnaires revealed men were less discriminating when it came to deciding who to kiss or who to have sex with.

They were more willing to have sex with someone without kissing, to have sex with someone they are not attracted to and agree to have sex with someone they considered to be a bad kisser.

But kissing was more important as a bonding mechanism to women.


Shy said...



Myra Leong said...

Men. Sigh.

r'chelle said...

iz bond with me pls