The idea here is that when cavemen were pursuing a short-term mating strategy, body cues, such as whether a potential sexual partner appeared fertile or was already pregnant, would have alerted a man as to whether getting busy would be worthwhile (genetically speaking). The translation is that for modern men seeking a one-night stand, a hot body counts. Do you think this study was correct?
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Yes. A "one night stand" is all about SEX, so issues that are more important in a long-term relationship (beauty, personality, compatibility) are irrelevant - the only thing that matters is raw attraction, and that means a hot body is a higher priority than any of those other issues.
Anyone with eyes and at least 3 brain cells can SEE this truth in action all around them if they only look - there can be no denying the reality of this.1