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I think only a minority of women act on looks alone.Only a minority of women would become groupies to NBA stars etc., though that's still in the thousands in a city of many millions.
Shallow readers, beware: Your partner’s level of attractiveness means less than you think for the quality of your relationship.I want to be someone who I can share a mutual love with. Your venom is disgusting and your are the one whose full of hate.thx for proving what superficial,judgemental trash women are..are supposedly superficial heathens that judge women on everything and here you are describing the supposed ideal guy that women would want..6'4..muscle,handsome,looks like an actor lol---women are hypocritical scum and often worse then men when it comes to judging on looks,height,income and everything else...women are a joke and cannot be taken seriously anymore. You are obviously bitter because you're ugly, lonely and no woman will ever want you. Would gladly step over your corpse to get a coffee and move on with the day. The sick liberals on this site are mindblowing they spew nothing but HATE.In short, it is not that physical attractiveness is unimportant, but rather perceptions of attractiveness can change, becoming increasingly unique as individuals get to know one another better over time." Hunt’s study also speaks to a broader debate in the field of close relationships research.“Our study suggests that similarity in attractiveness may not matter so much for relationship satisfaction,” she says."Perceptions of a partner's attractiveness can change over time, deviating from the ‘average’ perception of that partner's attractiveness," Hunt says.
"So even if most people might rate a particular person as a 5 out of 10 on attractiveness, that person's may rate the person as an 8.They asked each partner to rate the level of satisfaction they currently experienced in their relationship.They also measured each partner’s attractiveness by having a group of trained undergraduates judge each partner’s looks (in other words, a scientific version of Hot Or Not.com).Here’s what they found: Attractiveness was not “We found that romantic partners who were similarly attractive were no more likely to feel satisfied with their relationship than romantic partners who were not similarly attractive.Specifically, in our sample of dating and married couples, we did not find an association between partner matching in attractiveness and satisfaction with the relationship for either women attractiveness may not matter all that much, beauty is ever in the eye of the beholder.Just because a couple of people are considered physically attractive doesn't mean they'll be happy in a realtionship or any more satisfied than people who are considered "less attractive".