Despite feminism, female biology remains the same
Nov. 20, 2017
Women are attracted to confident men comfortable with their masculinity, according to a new study which debunks third-wave feminism and its war on testosterone.
Researchers analyzed the user-submitted rankings of men whose photos were uploaded to TubeCrush, a British hot-or-not-type site, and found that “macho men, particularly ones in suits, still reign supreme on the totem pole of sexual attraction.”
“Popular images also often made sure to focus on a man’s biceps, pectorals, and chest, particularly if he was muscular in those areas,” the study concluded. “Many accompanying comments also emphasized a man’s physique and supposed sexual prowess, the researchers note.”
The study lends credibility to the belief that men and women are “hardwired” through evolutionary biology to be attracted to certain traits of the opposite sex, traits that were developed during the hunting-gathering days of human tribes in which survival of the species depended on strong genetics.
Women in particular are naturally attracted to physically active, risk-taking men because their potential children would adapt better to the environment with the alpha male’s stronger, more attractive genes compared to those of, say, a low testosterone “soy boy.”
That’s why women chase after the “good gene” bad boys while “friend-zoning” the “nice guys” who do everything third-wave feminists say but still can’t attract women.
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And, generally speaking, the only time a “nice guy” finally gets a girl is when she starts to prioritize the security and provisioning of a “good dad” – aka a Zuckerberg-lookalike with an engineering degree – over the “good gene” alpha male who refuses to wed a woman he easily picked up during her “finding myself” trip to…