Or why the pouty stylings of Megan Fox (who's a pretty girl, sure) seem to have an unearthly pull on straight men? Us too, and now thanks to a Harvard study we find that male attraction to exaggerated masculine or feminine features (depending on the man's sexual orientation) is part of biology's big master plan.
According to the study of 900 men and women, published online in the journal , both gay men and straight men are hard-wired to find faces that are "sexually dimorphic" the most appealing.
Despite finding success in television she shot to fame in 2004 when she landed a role in Michael Bay's live action adaptation of Transformers.
The rumours result in her breaking down in the gym, with Amber T and Pete trying to comfort her Later, at Bobby Norris's birthday do, Amber D and Georgia talk to Megan about Chloe M not being keen on the big girl band reunion – and it doesn't go down well at all.A study about facial attraction confirms that men like exaggerated feminine features.Ever wonder why gay men drool over musclular Ken dolls while most women don't look twice?And then hop back onto the macho man ride when our bodies are aching to procreate.'Megan developed this Spice Girl strength, this woman-empowerment stuff that made her feel awkward about her involvement with Michael, who some people think is a very lascivious filmmaker, the way he films women,' he told the Los Angeles Times.