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    Women prefer men in red?
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    A recent study by researchers at the University of Rochester finds that women say they are more attracted to men who wear the color red . Men in red are seen as more powerful and higher in status.

    Take the poll below and let us know what YOU think!

    If you choose OTHER, post and tell us what else attracts you. And, do you agree that the color red actually makes him more appealing? Why or why not?

    Byroney

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    What's the first thing you see that attracts you to a guy?
    • How he dresses/style
    • Smile
    • Eyes
    • Body
    • Other (share below if you'd like!)
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