Does your man want to be more attractive to you? If the answer is Yes (and it probably is), then you should try getting him a toque Blanche and a pan, as well as some gloves and disinfectant as a surprise gift, because science says that men who cook, clean, and are involved more in household chores are more attractive to women.
Sociologists Scott Coltrane and Michele Adams from the University of California at Riverside have analyzed the data from the American Child Development Supplement of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, and they have discovered that women identify why men who perform more cleaning and cooking chores are more attractive and desirable.
To add to that, their findings were backed up by the Council of Contemporary Families, which also pointed out that couples who share the household chores more evenly are generally more satisfied with all aspects of their marriage, and they’re happier.
Dr. Gottman is a psychologist that specializes in relationships and marriage, and his investigations led him to believe that wives are more drawn to husbands who participate in the chores around the house.
Even though some men may believe that they can be seen as less manly if they regularly take responsibility for domestic tasks, like mopping the floors, making dinner, or watching the baby, scientists say that it’s quite the opposite, and doing that can help them appear more desirable and more attractive, and even strengthen their relationships.
To add to that, little boys will benefit from their father’s example too, and the data shows that boys who do house chores along with their dads get along better with their peers and develop more friendships than those who don’t.