Hot Women Prefer Ugly to Average Guys for RELATIONSHIPS | RSD Nation
If you read it and still think looks don't matter you are out of your mind pull a 10/ 10 for a one night stand - but may be able to for a relationship. As a matter of fact, looks matter more to women than guys especially from the personality matters more to relationships" That's what goodlookingloser said and . In fact, the few girls I've ever been with (relationship or sex) were the . And, if by Brad's article you mean "money and looks matter", he says.
Looks only matter if you have no game, but it doesn't mean that just because some creepy ugly ass dude watched RSD videos and knows about the "game" that he's gonna be able to talk shit his way out of ugliness.
Look I don't have anything to gain or lose by arguing with you about that because I'm not actually ugly. In fact I'm quite above the average. Women check me out constently and I get approached by them sometimes.
I had girls come to me in the streets at night on a busy nightlife street, not in a mall or at the grocery store or something like that of course and say directly to me that I was handsome. So I don't give a shit wether looks matter or not. In fact if they were all that matters I'd be pretty happy because I'd get laid with little effort.
But I can tell you from experience that being good looking gets you attention, but in the end, if your social skills suck, you're screwed much more than if you are below the average but socially savy.
I was a late starter, but since then I've always been doing well with women, but I've know guys who were really good looking and just didn't get laid at all because they didn't know how to interact with women. Trust me, being socially awkward is worse than being not good looking enough Unless you are both ugly and socially awkward of course Which is often the case I have to admit.
Also when you say "I'm 6'2, white, lanky, etc. It makes sense; women want to be appreciated, and men want to show off their prize.
Looks Matterin fact looks are everything. | RSD Nation
A good marriage is based on compromise: A hot woman can make her man proud, and a proud man can make his wife happy. But at a certain point, this advice comes back, ringing truer than ever. Women, more than men, need to feel loved.
Women need to hear it, see it and understand that we are appreciated. It brings us back to the idea that less attractive men are more appreciative, and women just want to be adored. Women are less shallow than men Guys see through their eyes; women see through their ears.
This is nothing new, however. Their looks were of the utmost importance in terms of their relationship status. During childhood, boys and girls have similar facial structures, but during puberty, males develop a greater WHR than females. A good example of this can be seen in the aggressive sport of hockey. Studies have shown that hockey players with greater WHR earn more penalty minutes for fighting and aggression per game than players with lower WHR.
Why You Must Not Believe That Looks Matter | RSD Nation
Next time you're getting your face scraped along the boards by the other team's enforcer, try and take a peek at his sneering mug. Chances are it's wider than yours, according to a new Brock University study that equates the width of a hockey player's face with his or her aggressive tendencies .
The study appears in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society: In another experiment, psychologists Justin M. McCormick, and Catherine J. Mondloch of Brock University wanted to see if it is possible to predict another person's propensity for aggressive behavior simply by looking at their photograph. In the study, participants were shown pairs of photographs or 'averaged' facial images of men and women in their early 20s with two opposing attitudes to relationships.
The participants were asked to choose the face that they felt would be more open to short-term sexual relationships, one-night stands and the idea of sex without love. They were also asked which face they thought was the most attractive for a long- or short-term relationship, who was more masculine or feminine, and who they thought was generally attractive. Volunteers viewed photographs of faces of men for whom aggressive behavior was previously assessed in the lab by calculating their WHR.
The volunteers had no idea how the photographed subjects rated on the aggression scale. After viewing the photographs, the volunteer subjects rated how aggressive they thought each person was on a scale of one to seven. They were allowed to view the photographs of each face for either milliseconds or 39 milliseconds. The photographs were very revealing.
The Volunteer subjects estimates of how aggressive the photographed person was agreed with the results of the prior assessment. This was true even if they saw the picture for only 39 milliseconds.
- To everyone who still believes looks don't matter.
Apparently the brain can decide whether a person is aggressive almost instantly! Also interesting was the fact that the volunteer subjects estimated a higher aggression assessment to photographed faces with higher WHR ratios -- the greater the WHR, the higher the aggressive rating, reinforcing that we may use this aspect of facial structure to judge potential aggression in others. These findings indicate that subtle differences in face shape may affect personality judgments, which may, in turn, guide how we respond to certain individuals.
And it all happens behind the scenes, unconsciously, in an instant. Many recent experiments have shown that, aside from symmetry, WHR ratios and being "healthy", men and women form opinions about attractiveness based on slightly different criteria which can change depending on such things as their age, hormones and potential for being a mate.