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  • Of course! Ask any woman.
  • the men are certainly seen as more of a partner in life. as a real partner, they probably are perceived as being more attractive and sexier. of course, men who are participating in household chores might also be happier, more in-love, thinner ... so there could be some other reasons why women might see them as more attractive and sexier.
  • that would be good to know, just done the washing up, and now on to the cooking , 20kg of chicken for meals to freeze ooooh! a mans works never done lol
  • Not in my case, and not sexier but I wouldn't be involved with a man who didn't do household chores. I expect it, so if a man didn't then it would make him very unattractive to me (rather than it being something special that adds to potential attraction - if that makes sense).
  • Yes, especially when they don't think they are performing some miraculously generous feat. Cooking, esp ...and I'm not talking bbq -- I'm talking about fixing a salad, peeling potatoes, making meatloaf -- the more drudgery-related aspects of cooking.
  • They seem to love househusbands. I'm looking for a rich young woman who wants me to stay home and do the household chores. But, no pre-nup.
  • A man who is an equal partner is always sexier than a lazy slob being waited on hand foot and finger. Also if we get help, we are not too tired for some passionate lovemaking.+5
  • There's nothing sexier than a man in an apron!! Many, many years ago, when it wasn't at all the fashion, I used to force my b/f of the time to share the chores (we both had jobs). There were no sweeter words to me than: "Where's my apron?", LOL
  • ..oh wow..to me yes..lol..guys do your chores and you might get it much much more on a regular basis
  • does she have to go mow the lawn and rake the leaves and shovel the snowfilled driveway to be sexier as well????
  • i dont know about sexier, but i do view them as being more stable, more secure in their masculinity, more rooted in the family (as opposed to just themself)and yes, i even view them as better fathers.
  • Not at all. They are more loving, caring, considerate and respectful. "Attractive/sexier"? That's not what a woman wants when she's worked hard all day, comes home to the kids, needs to fix dinner when all she wants to do is crawl into bed, pull the covers over her head and go to sleep! Attractive and sexier does not even come close to loving/caring/considerate/respectful Suby! :)
  • Not sexier but when guys do nice things like that without being prompted it makes us want to do nice unexpected gestures like a "drive job" or a "morning pick me up". :>)
  • You wish. They say that to keep you busy while they go boff Muscle Man.
  • To me, yes. It shows that they are responsible and are helping take care of a place that they live in. What's not to respect about that? In an ideal world, the whole family and anyone else who lives there helps take care of the house.
  • I hope so because I do gobs of that crap:)
  • There is nothing more unattractive for me than a man that is incapable of looking after himself housework and cookery wise. I know that if something happened to me or even if mum wanted a break my husband is more than capable of looking after both kids and home by himself. For me far from showing a weak man it shows a strong and capable one :-)
  • Maybe not, but they live in cleaner houses. +5 Suby
  • yes, it shows they are willing to pull equal weight and respect their partner.
  • They do to me.
  • If they share equally every household chores, it looks SO good and happy and healthy family too. It's understanding between both.
  • They seem tidier. To flip the coin here: a man who is a slob is highly unattractive to women!
  • Yes, butt hole knee if their naked. ;)
  • i think so, it shows that they CAN do things for themselves and that they don't like to live in a dirty house.
  • Not to me, I appreciated a manly man who has me do things for him, and who protects me. Of course, I wouldn't appreciate a slob, but a man who does household work seems weak to me. Like they lack virility.
  • Not if they have no energy left after all the chores. Wait, that sounds like a ladies complaint after they have done all the chores.
  • I know when I see my man helping around the house without me asking him to do it, it is a huge turn on! Most women would love for their man to want to help them, we hate bitching just as much as you hate hearing it :)
  • Yes, because it's very loving and responsible.
  • It's the consideration that is attractive, not the dishwashing act.
  • Not really.
  • If they're naked!
  • Not exactly, but I think it's more that if someone seems personally interested in your mutual dwelling place, and each others well being, then you feel they are more attractive. And someone that shows that love and concern is always appreciated in return.
  • Yes. Cleaning up after one-self is a sign of maturity. While pampering and caring for your man might be fun to a certain extent, you don't want to end up as a replacement for his mother. But then again if a man who does his own chores comes off as being too prissy, this too could be a bit of a turn-off.
  • I would hire one as a maid. No matter what they do, though, sexy is not one of the things they would seem to me.

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