In the society we are living looks is almost everything , we want to look good and feel good we want to be noticed and we want to flirt so we spent a lot of money when it comes to looking good . Does it worth it? What if you meet someone who is dressed to kill and he actually kills you because he is a bad person.
Without realising we stereotype people and if someone is dreesed expensive that means he has got a good job a lot of money a house or two and we fall for it
In Miami women won’t talk to you unlerss you drive a certain car you hjave money and a good job Some men are cool with that as long as they gety what they want from them but thge thought someone will come with me just for the money and looks it is not my cup of tea.
I will not feel comfortable if this happened It is good to get to know and like someone for who they are the rest is a detail.
However the times we live are fast everything lust for a week or less there is no time to wait for the perfect one so you grab what is looking good in front of you and I know some cases we do not even like them but because of some weird loneliness we feel we go for it.
Shallow is the word to best describe the life we live today we stop value the personality or the character and we look in someone’s pocket , expensive clothes perfumes a lot of make up both genders as men lately using make up as much as women do,
What happened to look natural be and feel the age you are see the world with new eyes that’s what life was all about you re born you are a child a teenager a man a grandfather and death comes as natural being part of the life cycle.
Many men prioritize physical appearance over more important qualities when seeking partners, and this can be attributed to their biological nature as visual creatures.
Men often judge and rate women based on their looks, including their age, teeth and smile, height and weight, beauty, and overall fitness level.
They may also be judgmental and critical, rating women on a scale and focusing on physical attributes rather than personality.
Men generally prioritize hooking up over genuine connection and are more likely to care about looks than about forming meaningful relationships. While it is unfair to generalize all men as being shallow, many exhibit these tendencies.
However, it is worth noting that both men and women can be guilty of being shallow and focusing too much on physical attributes.
Ultimately, it is important to understand these tendencies and to approach relationships with realistic expectations.
Thus, these good-looking men were specifically selected to participate in order to offset a high refusal rate and to improve the study’s chances of success.
The authors performed the experiment in Vannes, France “on particularly sunny days at the beginning of summer.”
They stationed the car in an outdoor parking area near a famous promenade, with the confederates waiting in the driver’s seat. They were outfitted in a white shirt, jeans, and sneakers in a style “similar to those most young men wear today.”
How much importance do men and women place on a potential partner’s income when deciding whether to date them?
Previous studies indicate that physical attractiveness is prioritized for short-term relationships, while long-term relationships see women favoring men with a good income and high status.
This is due to evolutionary reasons; since women can have fewer children, they need to ensure their offspring has sufficient resources to survive.
Modern-day, this equates to a man’s wealth and social status. However, measuring wealth’s role in mating preferences using paper and pencil questionnaires has yielded mixed results.
Researchers Gueguen and Lamy conducted a study where a male confederate waited in three cars of varying value for unsuspecting women, and asked them for their phone number.
The results indicated that women were more likely to give their number to a man who appeared to have more money and higher status, which aligns with previous research.
However, the study had limitations, including the ambiguity of whether looks or money was the key factor and whether short or long-term dating was in the women’s minds.
Despite these limitations, the findings support the idea that women place importance on a man’s income, and this is consistent with evolutionary theory.
Each confederate took a turn in the low, medium and high-status car condition, with 30 female participants per condition.
Each car was used for one-half day and in random order.
The confederates approached the first unaccompanied young woman in the target age group (18 to 25 years) who strolled by.
The women in the study were randomly selected, without regard to physical appeal, dress, height and so forth.
Two male observers, perched on a public bench 50 meters from the scene of the interaction, monitored whether or not the confederates violated any procedural rules when selecting female participants. They did not.