Body language during dating
It is still unclear how we learn these signals but research now shows that many may be inborn.
Research by behavior zoologists and behavioral scientists reveals that male and female animals use a series of intricate courtship gestures, some obvious and others more nuanced, and that most of this is done subconsciously.
Some courtship signals are deliberate, others are unconscious.
In this section we delve into the wild, oft times confusing world of flirtation and courtship behavior.
Women usually make the first move: Research shows that 90 per cent of the time women initiate the first move in the mating game.The walking gait becomes more limber and bouncy as we endeavor to appear vigorous, healthy, and youthful and convey our suitability as mates, and perhaps replace the ravages of time or too many late nights.Men stand taller, thrust up their chins, expand their chests, and pull in their stomachs making them look like the king of the jungle.Observe how long-term lovers anticipate one another's actions by the way they move in synch with their partners.How you use your body exposes how ready you are for a bit of romance, how attractive you feel, and how interested you are.