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...ility. There are two reasons for which youth can play a role in demonstrating potential health of a female. The first reason is that the younger the woman the more time she has left to potential give birth to a child. Second reason is that the younger the women the easier it may be for her conceive a child. Dunham touches on an Australian sample that demonstrates a possible correlation between facial symmetry in women being linked to women becoming sexually active at a young age. The sample also found that women with facial symmetry reported having more long-term partners than those with low level of facial symmetry. These visual signals can be used by males when deciding which potential partners appear to be most appealing as potential long-term partners. These visual signals play a role in human courtship because they can be linked to potential partners fertility.
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