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For example, in several species of bird, the male struts around the female giving a vocal display, puffing up his feathers and performing many intricate body movements to gain her attention, while the female appears to display little or no interest.This ritual is similar to that performed by humans when courtship begins.

In the animal world, courtship behavior in each species follows specific and pre-determined patterns.

Ask any man who usually makes the first move in courtship and he will invariably say that men do.

All studies into courtship, however, show that women are the initiators 90% of the time.

Women's difficulty in finding partners is not about reading signals, it's more about finding a man who'll match their criteria.

Alex somehow knew exactly what to look for and women would describe him as sexy, masculine, humorous and 'someone who makes me feel feminine'.