Well, maybe you wouldn't, but apparently early Cro-Magnons may have, so much so that this was one of the primary reasons for the disappearance of the Neanderthals.
Did sex with humans make Neanderthals extinct?
So let's think about this for a moment. I found this cutie searching for "Neanderthal woman reconstruction":
Well, if I'd drunk enough fermented milk, maybe.
On the other hand, I also found this:
Now, this is very likely Cro-Magnon, not Neanderthal. Actually, it's Homo sapiens camillabellensis, and a very comely specimen, indeed (from the movie 10,000 BC)
Here's the modern-era Camilla:
OK, considering that I've got an eye for the modern Cro-Magnon beauty, do we really mind that our forebears screwed the Neanderthals (genetically speaking, of course)?