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Women are often said to be the less shallow sex when it comes to what they find attractive. But a study of an online gallery of 'hot male commuters' by researchers from Coventry and Aberystwyth University has found that the fairer sex are just as superficial as men – as they find muscles and money the sexiest male attributes. The study based its findings on a website called Tube Crush, where women secretly take pictures of the capital's attractive men on the London Underground. Site users can then post comments underneath the picture – and allow other users of the site to add their thoughts on the image. The authors say despite women’s advancement in society the findings suggest they have not moved on in what they find attractive beyond ‘money and strength’.
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