(Telegraph) Men more likely to help women if she wears high heels, study finds
By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor 9:46AM GMT 27 Nov 2014
The Université de Bretagne-Sud in France found that the height of a woman’s heel exerts a powerful influence over men’s behaviour
Scientists have already proven that high heels change a woman’s gait, making her take shorter, more ladylike strides, while encouraging an alluring swing of the hips.
But a new study suggests slipping into a pair of heels could also bring out the best in men, making them more willing to help.
Nicholas Guéguen, of the Université de Bretagne-Sud in France, found that the height of a woman’s heel exerts a powerful influence on men’s behaviour.