posted on Jun, 8 2006 @ 10:37 PM
My answer to this question will be in a couple of parts.
First and foremost, there's really not that many people that are into the idea of doing real research into the existence of aliens, regardless of
appearance. Most people have a passing attraction to alien stories, if any interest at all. That said, there's not that big a group to choose from,
Second, within the group that does actively research the existence of aliens, most of that group is male. There's a fair number of females, but
largely it's a mostly male group. That makes the group of women to draw from when asking about attractive women who are into UFOs even smaller.
Thirdly, logically speaking, an alien life form, having evolved differently from us (even if under similar planetary conditions) will have a different
appearance. We've all seen supposed photographs of aliens. Is there really any one of us here that can judge them as attractive or unattractive,
based on our ingrained human basis for beauty? Logically speaking, the aliens must look at us in much the same way. We think "All those aliens look
alike." Any alien race investigating us probably thinks, "Those humans all look alike," as they have no natural basis to judge beauty among
humans, therefore, assuming some of the abduction cases are true, the selection process used by the aliens likely has more to do with genetics and
physical stature (meaning the physical health of the subject) of an abductee, rather than beauty.
Finally, just go to a sci-fi convention sometime. Most of the people that attend such a convention are VERY into UFOs and aliens. Having been to
many in my time, I can safely say that there's no shortage of attractive women who love UFOs and aliens there.