Symmetrical bodies wow the opposite sex
Well perfect symemetry seems to be the key to attraction according to scientists but perfection in symmetrical terms might for some feel too near to perfect which is why perhaps many of our most iconic actors, actresses and models have had some slight quirk of symmetry in their features. Things that are too perfect might be too close to god. The artist mathmeticians that designed and made those wonderful Islamic art patterns which are based on symmetrical patterns always included a slight 'mistake' to make the patterns more human as in their eyes only god creates perfection and we are human.
Phwoar! Look at the symmetries on that! Scientists using hi-tech body scanners have discovered that people with more symmetrical bodies are more attractive to the opposite sex.
The research backs up previous findings that symmetrically proportioned faces are more attractive and suggests that our brains are hard-wired to find symmetry sexy in a potential partner. In our evolutionary past, symmetry may have been an honest signal of flawless development and health.
"It is widely believed that human beings are attracted to one another as a result of genotypic and phenotypic quality – in other words, their prospect as a mate who will yield higher quality offspring for the chooser," said Dr William Brown, an evolutionary psychologist at Brunel University who led the study.