Oftentimes beautiful women are lovely, not until we finally got a piece of the real person inside of their gorgeous immaculate looks. I believe both the ugly and good looking guys (like us (",) ) feels the same, because both of us have the same desires and impulses.. .
The question should not nessesarily be "Why do ugly men love beautiful women?", instead the question you should be asking is "Why are humans naturally attracted to beautiful people?". It also depends on what you mean by beautiful? I am going to go ahead and assume that you are referring to beauty that is only skin deep. You see, we as humans are naturally predisposed to being attracted to men/women that have symmetrical body structure and facial features. Since early times, having symmetrical features was directly related to an individuals level of "physical attractiveness", and was a sign that you were of good health. Which meant that the entire mate selection process would come far more easier for the men/women who's body/facial bone structures were symmetrical, compared to those who were less fortunate with asymmetrical features. If we look to the artwork of the Romans and Greeks that date back to B.C times, you will notice that the statues created are extremely proportionate. This was not done by accident. It is a common misconception that the media is the creator of "beauty", and has brainwashed us through commercials, TV, and magazines. This is not true. While the media does certainly (or for the most part) measure beauty solely on a scale of physical appearance, we as humans are already naturally attracted to symmetrical "pretty" people. This is why there is a market for beauty, and every magazine cover we see has a "beautiful" person on it. Companies know beauty and sex sells. Now I'm not saying that beauty is skin deep. I know it most certainly is not, and unfortunately some individuals miss the chance on meeting some amazing people as a result of being a shallow Hal. However the truth remains that when you don't know someone, the first message we receive is based on physical appearance (a message that decides whether or not we are attracted to that individual).
Someone said - Beauty is in the beholder of eyes .....Ugly and Beautiful is subjective and you cannot have a global definition and a surmise based on that.
Again, Love is between two individuals which cannot be defined.
In general, there should not be a judgment or conclusion based on the physical characteristics of person(s) but rather based on their behavior.
False. All men love beautiful women. That's like asking why fat people love cake.
Now a days, people are only based in the looks, but of course what is the beautiful looks if the heart is ugly?
by Bellz23 17 months ago
Why do some dark skinned men only date light skin women?I'm a young lady and I consider my self brown skinned, but in the winters I get very light. I always find it intriguing when I'm approached by a dark skinned male who only dates lighter skin women, not only does he exclusively date the lighter...
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why are beautiful women not attracted to soft and “honest-like-priest” guys?You see your sister is about to enter into a relationship with a guy whom you know is as good as a murderer, you try to tell her but she can’t listen to you. In fact, the more you insist, the more she becomes...
by qwark 7 years ago
Ya gotta be kidding?Who did she pay to judge that?Her very unattractive "arse" has gotten so "chunky" I don't think ya could float her under a bridge!We Americans have a weird sense of female beauty!Just my opinion.Yours?Qwark
by Pinki Mishra 16 months ago
Why do rich men prefer to date young and beautiful women?I want to know that why most of high class people refer to date with hot and young girls.
by mdlawyer 7 years ago
Women are attracted to power, men to beauty. Why?Why most women get attracted to the power and position of men than their beauty? And why most men are vice versa?
by daintyshan 4 years ago
Why do older men go for significantly younger women?
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