Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female
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Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female 2

17 Apr 2015 | Alice Sharman

Men donate more to online fundraising pages where the fundraiser is an attractive female, and donate competitively with others, a study has claimed today.

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Study finds that men donate more to charity when the fundraiser is an attractive female

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