- Jun 29, 2015
Sexual organisms must spend resources to find mates. In the case of sexual dimorphism, usually only one of the sexes contributes to the survival of their offspring. In such cases, the only adaptive benefit of having a second sex is the capability of sexual selection, by which organisms can improve their genotype. In this way, sexual reproduction can be highly inefficient.
In 2016, women no longer need help from men to raise children.
So all the sexual selective pressure is placed on men. Hence the times we are living in.
The ONLY purpose of men right now is to be good looking, and due to the Pareto Principle, most men will lose.