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The trend is “the ultimate in gender-bending” that “has nothing to do with being ‘cool,'” according to a new study from researchers at the University of Michigan.

The new study, published in the journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences, looked at a variety of women’s clothing styles.

They found that women’s fashion choices were influenced by gender stereotypes that men are more “hot.”

“We wanted to find out what was going on with the way women dress, but also what about men’s choices,” said senior author Christina Pang, a psychology professor in the Department of Psychology at the U-M School of Arts and Sciences.

“We wanted it to be as easy for us to understand and explain as possible, so we decided to conduct a large-scale experiment.”

The researchers used a variety in clothing styles, including men’s and women’s, to figure out what women are actually wearing.

They then looked at how hot their clothing was, and found that men’s clothing was “significantly more” hot than women’s.

“The main takeaway here is that women dress in ways that men do not, in order to achieve the same end,” Pang said.

“What that means is that we have a way of thinking about women’s bodies that is not based on how hot they are.”

The research is part of a larger effort by Pang and her team to understand how gender stereotypes affect how we think about how we perceive ourselves and others.

“What we’re seeing is a lot of people who are in a place of power and privilege, they feel like they have more control over their own body,” Pangs said.

“And they also feel that it’s easier to dress in the way that makes them feel more comfortable.

And what they see in the media is often images that they don’t feel are appropriate for their body.”

The new study also examined how the perception of hotness affects our attitudes toward our own bodies.

“It’s interesting that we see this with men,” Penders said.

They also noted that men who have power over others might see hot clothing as more appropriate.

“It’s not that men don’t dress well; it’s that men tend to have more power over them,” Pongs said.

Pang’s team is currently studying the relationship between the way people view women’s body and their attitudes toward it.

“I think that this is an important first step in understanding how gender and sexualization affect women’s dress choices,” Pouts said.

Pang and colleagues are working on a paper about the relationship among the way in which men and women dress.

“There’s been a lot written about the way our bodies are viewed in our society,” Pout said.

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