How to master flirtatious body language
It's International Flirting Week!
When you’re young, it’s not as hard to express or figure out who likes who. It’s often either a chain of friends relaying messages from one to another, or a box that’s checked on a note passed in class. When you’re older, however, the signs and etiquette of flirting are more complex.
Despite how hard it might seem, flirting is in your genes, and anthropological research shows that it occurs in some form across all cultures of the world. Expressing interest is, after all, the first step to humans' natural desire to mate and reproduce.
While everyone has their own particular brand of flirting, there are some general helpful guidelines that can aid you in better understanding what works and what doesn’t. Click through to learn about the fascinating body language of flirting, based on information from How Stuff Works.
LIFESTYLE Olympic games
TRAVEL United kingdom