An analysis of a range of global surveys suggests the popularity of a wife in the panties category is not just a local phenomenon.
Key points:A woman’s appearance is a key factor in choosing a husbandAn international survey found women in China and India are more likely to want to be seen in a pants than a skirtWhat’s behind the popularity?
The survey also found that, of the top 10 most popular wives in a particular country, India ranked first for the third year running, while China ranked second and Pakistan third.
It is important to note that the survey did not look at the popularity in the home, but rather the number of people visiting the country.
It also did not factor in a woman’s age, or whether she is wearing a dress or not.
The research, conducted by a non-profit organisation, is based on a survey of 3,400 people, and is considered representative of a broader population of 1,200,000 people in Australia.
The findings also revealed the popularity is largely driven by the preferences of women who are interested in their appearance.
In China, a woman is more likely than a man to prefer wearing a skirt to a skirt, but is more open to wearing a pair of pants than in India, the survey found.
It found the majority of women in India were more likely that they preferred a skirt than a pants.
Women in India are often considered as a submissive sex and the presence of a male in the house is often considered an obstacle to their ability to be a good wife.
In contrast, Chinese women are seen as highly independent and assertive.
The report also found women’s sexual interest in men is more dominant in China, which is why many people feel there is a high value placed on the physical appearance of women.
In a survey conducted in 2012 by the Chinese magazine ‘Beijing Post’, one respondent reported having an interest in becoming a man.
The survey found only 15 per cent of women surveyed would prefer to have a husband, compared with 70 per cent in Japan and 74 per cent worldwide.
But in China there is no such standard, the report found.
A survey conducted last year by the National Centre for Health Statistics showed that while the country’s overall number of women has risen from 10.3 million in 2006 to 14.7 million in 2013, the proportion of women over the age of 65 has fallen from 43 per cent to 31 per cent.
The study also found there was a marked increase in the number women who were married by the age 25, with the number now at 10.4 million.