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Ian Stephen, senior lecturer from Macquarie University, says the the English naturalist and geologist Charles Darwin can offer some observations."When it comes to attraction there are a couple of different approaches – in the eye of the beholder, beauty defined by culture and what we see in the media, and then the evolutionary explanation," Stephen says."The latter sees attractiveness in a Darwinian way, so seeing attraction as a mechanism for choosing a healthy mate.
Two different types of corn can be bred together to create a stronger variety.We always mixed, but not far enough to encounter really different people.It's very much a privilege of the modern world that I can meet somebody whose group lived thousands of miles away from my own," he says."But with that said, we know that the more inbreeding you have the more mutations you develop, so what that means is outbreeding is optimal.As one speed-dater explains: "I don't know what it is but I do find Asian women attractive, there's something about them."Sophie Song, 29, is married to Han, a 27-year-old Korean whom she met while he was in Sydney on a working holiday.Ms Song admits she has always liked men with brown eyes and naturally black hair, but also had a preference for more feminine looking men and is not attracted to those who have big noses and a lot of hair.