Will humans be more attractive in the future?

Consider this from a purely Darwinian perspective. Sexual Selection entails that those with the most desirable traits will be most likely to pass their DNA on to future generations. This doesn't just entail physically desirable traits but also intelligence and survivability traits. Back when we were cavepeople,... show more Consider this from a purely Darwinian perspective. Sexual Selection entails that those with the most desirable traits will be most likely to pass their DNA on to future generations. This doesn't just entail physically desirable traits but also intelligence and survivability traits. Back when we were cavepeople, if your were a male your chances of passing on your DNA was not only influenced by your physical attractiveness but also things like how much mammoth you were able to hunt and if you were smart enough not to try pulling the saber tooth's tiger's tail while he's sleeping. That's not to say that physical attributes were not a factor at all. Recent Evidence, suggests that cavewoman chose mates based on Penis size which explains why humans have the largest penises when compared to our fellow primates. But if you were intelligent enough to make it to an age where you could reproduce then you had a great chance of passing on your DNA to the next generation.

Things are somewhat different nowadays. It's now the norm instead of the exception for a human to make it passed the age of 18 and intelligence and surivability is less of a factor (though intelligence still does influence a small part) in sexual selection. Now it seems like physical attractiveness it playing a much larger role in sexual selection then it once did. So now I wonder if in the future will all humans start to look like models. Will what we consider attractive today be average only 100 years from now.
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