martes, 11 de octubre de 2011

We're not so different...

     It's official: women are attracted by a deep male voice. And it's more likely to better remember what the owner of that voice has said.

     It´s not me who says that but Kevin Allan (cognitive psychologist from Aberdeen University), who has published this study in "Memory & Cognition"

     It seems that women use this information to choose their partner: their stability and descendant depend on it. That's the reason why the choice of a suitable partner is so important;  and a deep voice can be a sign of masculinity.

     After reading this, I have come to the conclusion (not scientifically tested...) that perhaps we're not so different from animals, as we think... because females of different species allow those more "macho" males to fertilize them: those which have the most striking plumage; those which are the strongest and the most powerful, able to dominate the other males; those which ensure them a healthy and numerous descendant...

     Let's "translate" these animal examples into "our human world":
- Why those men like David Beckham or Cristiano Ronaldo have so much success? Don't they remind you a little to those male peacocks that try to attract  the female ones by opening their magnificent feathered tails, full of color and brightness?
- And what about those men like Vin Diesel or Dwayne Johnson, aka The Rock? Don't they resemble to those alpha-male gorillas and  wolves?
- On other side, what about those lionesses which live with their puppies and hunt freely at the savannah? Don't they remind you to those independent women, who raise their children alone without any men's help?

     I'm not very sure, but it seems we are not so different from animals, altough we are superior to them (scientifically tested)
What do you think?

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