18
Mar
08

Why We Love Blondes

picture-6.pngIf you don’t know Tim Hamilton, (right) you can’t really call yourself a blond-lover. Sam and I saw this guy on the cover of the aptly-named “Knock-out”, a porn DVD at Circus of Books, and bought it at full retail.

My Mom has always been a blonde, so I’m imprinted on them, but I definitely didn’t get my taste in men from her. I’m a blonds guy. I was in ‘blond denial’ until I met Sam, a silvery-haired, blue-eyed man with a blond soul, and occassionally blond hair. He’s the one who noted how many times I listed ‘blond’ when describing ex-boyfriends or conquests. I’ve always wondered why this is, and according to the research I’ve read, the answer seems to be this:

Women are more drawn to men with dark hair, eyes, and skin, and it’s no mistake that the genetics of men with these traits are dominant, ensuring strong, successful children.

Men are more drawn to fair-eyed blondes, as blonde hair is a sign of youth, and fair eyes show the contrasting dilated pupil (a sign of sexual arousal) far better than brown eyes.

So what of gay men? We’re likely somewhere in the middle, although, I’ve often found that opposites attract more often than not.

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3 Responses to “Why We Love Blondes”


  1. Tuesday, March 18, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    I did a little investigation on this topic which I have yet to post on my blog. Based on hair color, blondes enjoyed a very marginal advantage of being in long term relationships as did blue eyed guys.

    Based on a separate analysis of most viewed profiles on Connexion, I didn’t see an over representation of blond men.

    I used to have blonde hair though and at the time it felt more fun 🙂

  2. 2 Jonathan
    Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 4:08 am

    It makes me wonder, though, if you could find a correlation between whether one is a top or bottom, and whether they prefer blondes or brunettes.

  3. Friday, March 21, 2008 at 12:42 am

    brightness and temperature of blondes increases the heat in OUR own bodies. why? idk


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