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By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline. Straight men are less likely to use a condom if they find their partner very attractive, a new study claims.

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Protection methods get thrown out of the window when it comes to one-night stands with pretty women, experts discovered. In the eyes of men, good looking women take more care of themselves and have less chance of carrying a sexually transmitted infection STIscientists found.

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And the better looking a man believes himself to be, the less likely he is to use a condom. Men aren't as fussed about using condoms when it comes to sex with pretty women, experts have discovered.

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Co-author Roger Ingham also told them he believes the findings are due to men wanting to reproduce with good-looking partners and are willing to take more risks to do so. The study aimed to better understand the relationship between perceived attractiveness, sexual health status and intended condom use among heterosexual men.

Researchers from the University of Southampton and the University of Bristol quizzed 51 English-speaking heterosexual men aged between 18 and 69 years. Each man was shown 20 black and white facial photographs of different women and asked how likely they were to want to have unprotected sex with her.

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They were also asked to rank the woman's attractiveness, how likely they would be to use a condom, how many other men like themselves would have unprotected sex with her and the odds of her having an STI. They also found protection was more likely to be used if the man was in an exclusive relationship, had a less satisfactory sex life or was younger.

High numbers of sexual partners, losing their virginity at an older age and more unprotected sex in the past year also made men more likely to use a condom during a fling. Men recorded higher condom use intentions in who women they found uglier or more likely to have an STI.

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Mr Ingham said further research should be undertaken to work out if the link could be applied to gay men. While other scientists have found humans believe attractive people often have better levels of health and are less likely to get asthma, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

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The research comes just a week after HIV-positive Charlie Sheen endorsed a new condom he claims will protect people from STIs without reducing sexual pleasure.

Last November, the year-old actor announced he had been battling the virus for years and admitted he caught it as a result of 'irresponsible' sexual behaviour.

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