11/18/2013 09:34 am ET

Why Winter Might Not Actually Be the Worst Season for Dating

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British company Lovehoney, which sells sex toys, asked 114 men to rate the attractiveness of women every three months over the course of a year and found that while their attraction to the women's faces remained steady, their arousal based on bodies changed. They showed higher levels of attraction in December, January, and February than they did in summer months. And it wasn't just for random women either: Men in relationships reported higher attraction to the partners in winter than in summer.

Interesting, since I've always operated off the theory that men spend all year waiting for sundress season.

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