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Women on the pill prefer men with less manly faces: study

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A new UK study published this week finds that women who take birth control pills may prefer men with less masculine faces than those who don't. 

A new British study finds that when young women are on the pill, they prefer men with less masculine faces.

Researchers from the University of Stirling and the University of Glasgow found that women were attracted to less masculine male faces after going on the pill, while their ratings of the attractiveness of female faces were unchanged, reports LiveScience on March 27.

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