March 26, 1996

Mysteries Found in Attraction's Dance

The writer ponders the origins and reasons underlying sexual attractiveness. She challenges the idea of physical attractiveness projected by popular media. She argues instead that romantic interest is first kindled by a "spark" between two people, perhaps created by a common interest, a fondness for another person's idiosyncrasies, or a connection of uncertain origin. Further, she maintains that intelligence and a sense of humor are two qualities that make men attractive.

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