A new study of British womens sexual preferences has revealed that three out of four prefer chivalrous men with heroic tendencies ahead of lager louts and even worse, self-obsessed metrosexuals.
Women are increasingly turned off by overly sensitive men who pay more attention to their appearance than the happiness of their partner, relationship guru Jenni Trent told the Mirror.
The report appeared as the Sunday Times paid tribute to David Bowies influence in introducing metrosexuality to the British high street as far back as the early 70s, declaring as a sexual trailblazer his importance cant be exaggerated.
A good five years before the New Romantics, Bowie had spear-headed a fresh approach to the male psyche, they gushed, After Ziggy (Stardust), young men, mainly teenagers- realised that a flamboyant appearance didnt necessarily mean effeminacy. Perhaps more significantly, their girlfriends didnt either, said the Times.
Jonty Skrufff (Skrufff.com)