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From: Examiner

Are handsome men never good in bed because they never had to be?


A new study from the Association for Psychological Science says that people shouldn’t take gender differences in sexuality at face value. To what gender stereotypes do TV shows expose most people? And which shows break the stereotypes? Does a new study from the Association for Psychological Science say in a press release that TV-repeated stereotypes say that good looking people are lousy in the bedroom because they’re so attractive they don’t have to be good in the bedroom?

Or does a new study just look at entertainment’s stereotypes of good-looking men in the bedroom?

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