A study of the soft tissues of Chinese men's faces found that greater attractiveness derives from features including a large forehead, a small mandible, facial roundness, and general "babyness." | Harper's Magazine

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A study of the soft tissues of Chinese men’s faces found that greater attractiveness derives from features including a large forehead, a small mandible, facial roundness, and general “babyness.”

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A study of the soft tissues of Chinese men’s faces found that greater attractiveness derives from features including a large forehead, a small mandible, facial roundness, and general “babyness.”

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