What makes a face beautiful - academic studies


Aug 12, 2020

this a model and simplified. in reality many people have a mixture of dom and and features. women want a good mixture of low trust and high trust, high t and low t features. they want the warrior and the provider.

a good example of that is cavill who has a DOM jaw and bone structure but a high trust eye area


king of the comoros
Sep 2, 2020

good post and i may add the explanation why women have higher standard then men:

13) Over vast periods of evolutionary time, men and women have confronted quite different reproductive challenges. Whereas fathers can share the responsibilities of child rearing, they do not have to. Like most of their male counterparts in the rest of the animal kingdom, human males can reproduce successfully with a minimal expenditure of time and energy; once the brief act of sexual intercourse is completed, their contribution can cease. By contrast, the minimum effort required for a woman to reproduce successfully includes nine months of pregnancy and a painful childbirth. Typically, ancestral females also had to devote themselves to prolonged breast-feeding and many years of child care if they were to ensure the survival of their genes. In short, a man can have many children, with little inconvenience to himself; a woman can have only a few, and with great effort.

(14) That difference is the key to understanding the origins of certain important adaptations--features that persist because they were favored by natural selection in the past. Given the low cost in time and energy that mating entails for the male, selection favored males who mated frequently. By contrast, selection favored females who gave careful consideration to their choice of a mate; that way, the high costs of mating for the female would be undertaken under circumstances that were most likely to produce healthy offspring. The result is that men show greater interest than women do in having a variety of sexual partners and in having casual sex without investment or commitment. That commonplace observation has been confirmed by many empirical studies. The evolutionary psychologist David M. Buss of the University of Texas at Austin, for instance, has found that women around the world use looks, wealth, status and earning potential as major criteria in selecting a mate, and that they value those attributes in mates more than men do.


Mar 28, 2019
Who except aspie dwellers cares if they are the most beautiful faces, girls dont even go for looks in ltrs