Study: Men More Attracted to Female Friends Than Vice Versa

Study: Men More Attracted to Female Friends Than Vice Versa

May 7, 2012 Updated May 7, 2012 at 4:54 PM EST

According to a story on LiveScience.com, a new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire says that men are more sexually attracted to their female friends than vice versa.

"I think men and women do want to be friends, they do want to engage in platonic friendships," said study researcher April Bleske-Rechek, a psychologist at the UW-Eau Claire said in the LiveScience report. "But the data I've been collecting suggests that attractions can get in the way."

Read the story from LiveScience.com HERE.




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