It may be an instinctual drive, but it doesn't necessarily benefit one's quality of life. Men, meanwhile, are busy trying to impress women, especially pretty women , by taking the risks women avoid. But monogamy and economic equality could counteract this trend — by assuring men they are likely to get some loving, a new study suggests. Comparing 70 countries, he looked at cultural factors that likely exacerbate sexual competition among men. These tactics in addition to flashing platinum credit cards and jousting with verbal taunts continue to be instinctually used by today's men to one-up one another and attract women. While having an involved father increases the odds of a child's social and reproductive success, not having a mother, even if she disappears after weaning, is often fatal, especially in developing countries, several studies have shown. The lives of men in Columbia and the United States are on average shorter than their female counterparts by 7.
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