Bill Belew has raised 2 bi-cultural kids, now 34 and 30. And he and his wife are now parenting a 3rd, Mia, who is 8.
I may be way off here, so, go easy on throwing objects in my direction.
A psychology professor at the University of Rochester conducted five experiments to find the effects of color on behavior in relationships.
The prof asked 10o+ men how much they would like to:
1. kiss a woman
2. plan a date with a woman
3. have sex with a woman
All 100 men responded with ‘show me the woman.’ This part is not true.
The prof showed that women wearing red were more sexually attractive than women wearing any other color. Women wearing red were more likely be treated to a more expensive date.
“The red effect applied only to males and only to their perceptions of attractiveness. It did not change their ratings of the pictured women in terms of likability, intelligence or kindness.”
The prof doesn’t know why yet tried to blame it on some evolution nonsense.
Ask a Chinese woman what her favorite color is…red.