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To all men out there, what percentage of women do you consider to be really beautiful, attractive,
average, plain, and unattractive? Be extremely truthful in this assessment.
There is a saying that all women are beautiful. There is also another saying that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But truth be told, only a small percentage of women could be classified as beautiful or better. The majority of women can be classified from attractive to average looking with varying degrees and levels of attractiveness. Then there are those who can be deemed pain, even unattractive. That is a fact of life pure and simple.
My personal opinion, about 40%.
It really depends on how you judge beauty and hotness.
Everyone has a different opinion towards it.
I believe if you take any group of 100 no matter what it is you will find that 70% will fall into the plain - average category, 10% will be good looking/above average, 10% will be "drop dead gorgeous", and the other 10% would be considered unattractive or down right ugly.
Having said that men have also been known to give "points" based upon (body assets) they admire. Some guys love "thick women", some like long hair, tall women, short women, big breast, big behinds, and for some it comes down to having a beautiful face/smile/skin.
Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder! We see proof of that everyday. Go to any department store, movie theatre, restaurant, church, amusement park, beach or wherever and you will see people (you find unattractive) who have spouses and significant others. People who blame their looks for not having someone are lying to themselves. It's usually their attitude or their unrealistic desire to pursue those who are "out of their league".
What are the odds of someone who looks like actress Gabourey Sidibe from the movie "Precious" attracting a guy that looks like Brad Pitt or Shemar Moore for her husband? Slim and none; and slim has left the building! Having said that if you take a guy who looks like rapper Notorious B.I.G and give him fame/wealth he'll attract women who look like Victoria Secret runway models!
Unfortunately for women most men place a higher value on their looks then then their status in life.
I'm with you, only a minute percentage can be considered beautiful, stunning. You're right about Gabourey. She will have to TAKE what she can get. No high caliber male is going to be attracted to her. Who is she kidding? SHE is a MINUS!
gmwilliams, You are COLD! LOL!
Every now and then someone wins the relationship lottery. You see a couple and scratch your head while asking: "How did they get him or her?" We assume the beautiful person must have low self-esteem or something! :-)
Consider how simple men can be. Feed us, love us, allow us time with our male friends to talk about WHATEVER it is we choose, even if it is about how sexy certain other women are, give us a cuddle and some space after work and generally speaking, you will have a fairly loyal guy who thinks he has a pretty good life.
Even in comedy, how often do I read the differences between men and women and how demanding women can be on men? All the time! I even have women post these meme's on Facebook and write, 'So true!"
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Sometimes somebody I find unattractive will be extremely beautiful to another man.
As women love to dress up and be sexy, us men get very confused when those same women don't want to be judged on their looks, yet at the same time don't allow men who approach and attempt to attract to see her inner beauty. None of this makes sense.
But live and let live.
Beauty comes in many forms.
But ease of life should be what it is about. Finding a woman who keeps things simple and allows us both to concentrate on fulfilling adventures in life
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