U.S. researchers have identified a common factor behind the increase in women having sex with men in Europe and Canada: They’re paying more attention to their physical appearance.
And they’re taking it to an entirely new level.
In a study published this month in the journal Sex Roles, researchers analyzed data from the European Union’s largest population-based survey of sexually active men and women in Europe.
The study, funded by the U.K.-based National Institute for Health Research, found that women in European countries have been paying more and more attention in recent years to their body image.
That’s not to say they’re not enjoying their sex lives, the researchers noted.
The authors of the study found that when it comes to having sex, women are less likely to look “tattooed” than men.
But they also found that those who do get tattoos tend to do so more frequently than those who don’t.
This could be due to the “social construction” of body image in Europe, the study authors wrote.
They said that women who are concerned about their appearance, and their bodies, are less inclined to engage in casual sex with partners of the opposite sex.
That’s not a problem in America, however.
According to the survey data, Americans are more likely than Europeans to report having casual sex, and less likely than people in other countries to say their bodies don’t matter.
That could explain why women in the U of A study in March reported having sex for the first time in more than three years.
The authors of that study concluded that the shift in attitude toward women’s bodies could be part of the reason for the rise in sexually active women in other parts of the world.
They pointed to the increase of breast cancer diagnoses in women in countries like Sweden, Denmark, and Finland.
They also noted that women’s attitudes toward body shape and size have increased in recent decades, even as obesity rates have increased.
In other words, women in developing countries are beginning to understand that their bodies matter and that, as they grow older, they’ll be able to better manage their health.
That may be part or all of the explanation for the increase that researchers are seeing in sexually adventurous women.
The more educated and wealthy women are, the more likely they are to have a higher self-reported happiness level, the authors of this new study wrote.
In the U: They found that, among people who had completed high school, those who were high-achieving in their classes were more likely to report feeling more fulfilled, less anxious, and more optimistic about their lives than those with lower socioeconomic status.
And among women with a college degree or higher, those with higher levels of self-confidence were more inclined to report high levels of happiness than those whose self-esteem was low.
In short, women who have the opportunity to meet a mate are more willing to pay a little extra for a man who seems to be enjoying themselves.
In the study, the scientists also found evidence of a rise in men who say they are attracted to women who don, or are at least attracted to, body types other than their own.
Women who are taller than average were more than twice as likely to be in the “high self-assessment” category as women with the same height who were in the low self-report category.
In other words: Men who are interested in taller women tend to be less attracted to taller women, and taller women are more attracted to men who have higher self‐esteem.
This trend was not unique to the U., of course.
In recent years, researchers have reported similar increases in interest in taller and shorter women.
And the results are consistent: Women who want to be taller are more interested in having sex than women who want shorter partners.
So how does the idea that men may have an innate preference for shorter women fit into this picture?
In short, it doesn’t.
Men are not born with preferences about how much to weight, according to a recent article in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
Rather, their choices about how to use and shape their bodies and minds are influenced by their upbringing and upbringing in a world in which physical appearance is valued more than anything else.
The research team behind this study also noted in the study that men in Western countries are less satisfied with their body shape.
They reported that men who reported being satisfied with body shape reported higher levels in body satisfaction than those without body satisfaction.
The researchers said that this could be because men who were satisfied with height, and who also have higher levels for happiness and positive self‐image, also reported lower levels of dissatisfaction with their physical shape.
This is a long-term phenomenon that is not limited to women, the experts concluded.
It’s also a phenomenon that can have long-lasting effects on men and their relationships.
So when a man feels he’s attracted to a woman who has the ability to reach orgasm