Who knew? Men enjoy shopping, but many don't like strip clubs, poll shows
Published on Jan 22, 2014 7:08 AM
NEW YORK (REUTERS) - About half of men in the United States (US) enjoy shopping for clothes, many do not like going to strip clubs and it is typical for males under the age of 44 to have sexted someone, according to a poll released on Tuesday.
Esquire magazine surveyed more than 1,000 men in an online survey that looked at male behaviour. It showed it is normal for men to say "I love you" frequently and to have cried sometime during the past month.
And while there is nothing unusual about men using cologne, it is more uncommon for males to get a spray tan or colour their hair.
"A lot of men have sneaking suspicions that what they say or do is not normal by traditional definitions of manhood, from how much they care about sports and cars to their taste in music and movies," Mr Richard Dorment, senior editor at Esquire, said in an interview.
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