Over half of British women have admitted to using their womanly ways to get what they want in day-to-day life.
The survey by Confused.com looked into gender biases and found that women are more likely to get what they want simply because of their gender.
A survey of 2,000 people has found that women are likely to benefit on the road, in the workplace and in relationships, purely because of their gender.
When asked ‘Are you more likely to give way to an attractive motorist?’ just 16 per cent of women said ‘yes’, compared to 42 per cent of men.
More than half of female respondents admitted that they’d flirted to get their own way in day-to-day life, whilst almost one in three women in relationships said they used sex as a reward for their partner.
The survey also looked into workplace differences between men and women. A fifth of women admitted they flirted at work to receive preferential treatment.