Frederick says heterosexuals compete with members of the same sex to secure a romantic partner.
“I don’t think this is superficial at all,” says Jacqueline Whitmore, the founder of The Protocol School of Palm Beach.
“Speaking as a woman, most women of a certain age want security, but we also want someone who doesn’t look, act and dress like a troll.
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He calls it the “mating market.” Presumably, gay people also compete with members of the same sex when looking for a partner.
There was one deviation: Older people care less about physical attraction, professional success or the potential to make a lot of money, the study found.But even these theories may not be so flattering for singletons in 2015.Slenderbodies are associated with youth as the body’s metabolism slows as one grows older and, as such, could represent fertility for men, Frederick adds, while women pay attention to things that enhance their survival and that of their family.Neither gender may be shallow, he says, but may be making their choice of mate because of millions of years of evolution.“Female bower birds select males with the nicest nest, and in many insects, the female selects a male who offers her a nice gift of prey he has captured,” he says.“And that’s hopeful because it allows for physical imperfections — not the unattainable physical flawlessness we’re bombarded with every day in the media,” she says.