Dating an unattractive man
It brings us back to the idea that less attractive men are more appreciative, and women just want to be adored.
Guys see through their eyes; women see through their ears. D., evolutionary psychologist and author of “The Science Of Romance,” women’s looks are more important to their dating success than a man's. Since we’ve been old enough to date, women have understood that their looks always come before their man's.
Women, on the other hand, are less obsessed with the genetic makeup of their children and are looking for stability in a man, not just strong genes.
Having a hotter wife is also the reason husbands are more attentive and motivated to make their marriage work.
Either way, less attractive men are hitting on hot women as hot men stand around wondering where all the hot women have gone.
We’ve come to an age where as much as we secretly yearn for big pecks, full hairlines and six-pack abs, we've also started to yearn for something else; something that will comfort us late at night more than big arms and perfect bone structure: security We’ve all been screwed by the Hot Guy, felt insecure around the good-looking guy or experienced the constant anxiety that comes with dating a guy who thinks he’s better than us.
Men who are hotter than their wives, however, are more likely to take them for granted.
As the Stone Roses so eloquently put it, “I wanna be adored!According to a study published in UK’s Telegraph, less attractive men are inherently more confident about their looks due to an evolutionary trait that keeps them from missing mating opportunities.It's a false confidence, but confidence, nonetheless.Unlike their attractive counterparts, less attractive men are more outgoing and optimistic when it comes to approaching women, explaining why hot guys are never hitting on hot women.
This inflated ego gives unattractive men a leg up on attractive men because they are pursuing the women, rather than waiting for women to come onto them.
According to the study, published in the Psychological Science Journal, "Men who rated themselves high on attractiveness were more likely to over-perceive women’s interest.