A five-year, government backed, $25 million University of Indiana study has shown that most men prefer attractive women over ugly ones.
"Surprisingly, most men seem to like trim, beautiful women over fat, ugly ones", said Peter Todd, the main author of the study. "In about 1% of the cases men did prefer the ugly ones but only because they figure no other men will want them and they are less likely to be unfaithful".
Todd pointed out that women who have slender waists, large firm breasts, smooth skin, small noses and high cheekbones are much hotter and more desirable than women with huge cellulite thighs, fat dripping over their sides, noses over three inches in length, wrinkles and facial hair.
"We did a 'penile stimulation test' on 45 heterosexual men and found that the attractive nude woman caused more penile blood flow that their less-attractive nude counterparts in all cases", said Todd. "This kind of test is preferable as it does allow the participant to lie in order to be politically correct".
Todd's study also found that women were more impressed with a mans wealth and status than they were about looks.
"That's true, but after viewing the wealthy men the women also wanted to know the penis size", Todd revealed.