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Sexual ads trigger financial impatience in hungry men — but have the opposite effect in women
Sexual Desire and Libido Differences Between Men and Women - AARP
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Join us at 1 p. Learn more. Learning the reasons for this difference can help men become better lovers. Most men over 50 can remember experiencing libido as a strong drive — akin, almost, to hunger: They felt horny and went after sex. Indeed, some still do.
Seeing sexual ads while hungry makes men more likely to make impatient financial decisions but decreases the risk of impatient financial choices for women, a new study in Personality and Individual Differences finds. According to Parental Investment Theory, men and women are attracted to different traits in opposite-sex partners due to divergences in the investment they have to make into an offspring. Women, whose parental investment is much higher, prioritize wealth and status over sexual appeal in potential partners to ensure they have sufficient resources to raise the child. Previous research indicates that hungry people are prone to making impatient decisions and opt for immediate rather than delayed benefits.