According to new data from the Pew Research Center, men who do household chores (traditionally done by women) are seen as less attractive by their significant other. Not that the women don't appreciate the men helping, but at some biological level -- guys folding laundry are seen as weak, and unattractive.

The study showed that folding clothes, washing dishes, vacuuming, and the like result in the men and women having less sex. When women were asked to rate the attractiveness of men helping with the domestic duties, they were often rated as weaker and less masculine.

Not that men shouldn't be helping out. Women found men who were mowing the lawn, staining the deck, or repairing the car as more attractive.

Not sure what all this means (other than I'm probably in trouble for even mentioning it). Proceed with caution.