Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Social ScienceGender Studies · 3 weeks ago

Why do people use relatively unattractive, but wealthy men who have successful relationships w/ women as evidence of women not being shallow?

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  • Foofa
    Lv 7
    2 weeks ago

    Unless you'd date a female troglodyte who crawled out of the sewer you are just as guilty as women of practicing shallowness. Turns out average looking women don't hold out for the hottest guy. But of course the incels refuse to even consider dating average looking women despite being below average in appearance themselves. The problem isn't "women", it's that you're going for the wrong kind of woman. The truth is that women are more self critical, they all know where they fall on the attraction ladder. Some men however can be literal trolls but still get angry that they can't attract a super model.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    You're implying this isn't replicated in real life among non-celebrities -- do you know any people? It is very, very common for a woman to be oh, a 7, and her spouse to be a 3, and for him to still treat her like sh!t act like she got lucky he isn't beating her. And no he doesn't have money to offset this. Regular woman put up with a lot of bullsh!t.

  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    There is usually something missing from the equation when I see a relatively unattractive man with an attractive woman.

    The man is often wealthy, his soon-to-be-dead parents are wealthy, or he has a large penis.

    So are women “shallow” as in “one-track minded?” No, but they are certainly at least as picky as men.

    Why do you think most women usually close themselves off from being courted in public places?

    If they only socialize with men from their college (or the college of their friends of a similar socioeconomic status), their workplace (or the workplace of their friends of a similar socioeconomic status), or hand pick a man online, then they can avoid poor men.

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