Hello, I find the science of attraction very fascinating and a very exciting endeavor. While many methods are effective, women are very multifaceted and unique and there is always much more to learn and many different ways to apply many methods to each individual woman. This thread is intended to be a place where people can post things that they find interesting that they've discovered and maybe can build more methods and combinations for the various situations and personality types.
Some interesting things that I have learned:
I've noticed that several historically attractive men, such as Benjamin Franklin, Casanova and JFK have a very similar default facial expressions (With the exception that JFK does not have as noticeable a grin). Their eyelids appear to be falling and it's almost as if their heads are floating away in one direction, but they still have control. While Benjamin and Casanova have slight smirks, JFK seems to almost replace that with an ambitious hypnotic look in his eyes, but the grin is still present, albeit slightly less so.
Josh Pelicer famously has the thing about looking at a woman's lips. I've noticed that the smaller a woman's lips are, or the less there seems to be something unique about their lips, the more it seems to affect them when you look at their lips. Women with a noticeable difference in their lips very likely are accustomed to men looking at their lips and are probably less likely to react to small sexual thoughts in a large way, whereas women who have more subtle lips probably are more likely to overwhelmed by sexual thoughts, start losing their cool and start displaying IOI's. My advice with women who are not this way is to simply keep very strong eye contact when speaking to them and this seems to make them melt sooner or later. Interestingly, however, flamboyant lipstick does not seem to be a factor. I find it interesting that that seems to be the case.
Men who are famous for both being attractive and good speakers tend to scoop their hands inward while talking. Barack Obama is a good example of this. This seems to be a subtle way of calling someone toward you.
My word has little(no) credibility. Obviously, the lips thing is anecdotal. But I am interested in what some of you guys have to say or share.