(News @ Nature)
The results support a theory of mixed mating strategies, which argues that women should want different things from different men at different times. Females are expected to pair up with the males most likely to invest in parental care, but any affair is likely to be conducted with successful males who, although they may not be good dads, provide good genes.
The converse, however, hasn’t been verified. You know, the one about ovulating men and dominant women.