posted on Apr, 20 2014 @ 01:01 PM
Most women are attractive, physically attractive, in one way or another. It's set up that way. With birds, it's the opposite. The male is
attractive, with bright colors of plumage, where the female is drab, also on purpose, so she can hide in the bushes camouflaged with her young.
Attractive females have their pick of mates, and they choose wisely. They choose physically attractive men, who are bigger and stronger than average,
and/or wealthy men because these types of men can provide protection. That's why someone like Henry Kissinger, by no account ever an "attractive"
male, can get attractive women. He is (or was) very powerful politically, thus providing, if nothing else, an entry to the corridors of power.
Attractive women can move up the social ladder.
Unattractive females, on the other hand, are left with the leftovers, unattractive men who are, by and large, not particularly powerful nor wealthy.
There are exceptions, of course, but pointing one out does not change the norm. It's the selfish gene at work. People of both sexes have different
strategies, but both are based on perpetuating the genes.