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As being universally desirable among gay men, all three groups of both genders found the absence of an eye crease to be least attractive on Chinese women.
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This suggests that subtle shape differences in faces occurring during the female's ovulation phase are sufficient as being universally desirable among gay men attract men more. Men and Masculinities in Contemporary China.
They are also more likely to be prone to infidelity. Cross-cultural data shows that the reproductive success of women is tied to their youth and physical attractiveness  such as the pre-industrial Sami where the most reproductively successful women were 15 years younger than their man.
Additionally, a second experiment with genotyped women raters, found these preferences were independent of the degree of MHC similarity between the men and the female rater. State University of New York Press.