In the new study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, researchers from Macquarie University have revealed some interesting facts about single men. In their extensive research, the researchers have found that single men tend to have stronger body odor than the men who are in the relationship.
The study also found that women find the single men more masculine than those who are in a relationship. For this research, they had 82 heterosexual women rate the body odor and faces of men between the ages of 18 and 35.
The study revealed that women often rated the smell of partnered men 3 on the scale of 6 on the smelliness scale.
On the other hand, single men came in at an average of 3.5.
Another interesting part is the women rated single men’s faces as appearing more masculine than the men who were in relationships.