Like son, like father? Dads gain capital in the currency of Darwinian selection from their smokin’ sons, according to a new study. A team at Slovakia’s Trnava University has found that men who have handsome male children are seen as more attractive based on research involving 260 female volunteers. It’s too soon for “divorced dads to start hitting the clubs with very young wingmen,” Sean Braswell writes, owing to the limited scope of the study. But it has prompted interest in further research into how children’s characteristics affect perception of parents.