Is it worth dating a beautiful woman
In order to examine the gender/looks gap firsthand, just find your nearest gaggle of middle-aged humans: The ladies all look like they've just rubbed fancy emulsions into their crow's feet after having jogged ten miles to the chia-seed buffet (because they probably did).
The guys mostly look like Gary Busey after a three-day doughnut-and-bourbon bender. Like many of us—on every point along the gender spectrum—I spent my formative years experimenting with just how much stupidity, selfishness, and humorlessness I could tolerate for the sake of dating hotties.
Posing with her will yield unstoppable questions from the girlfriend/wife as long as you keep it.
Your fellow guys will press on and on about who she is and whether you “blazed it” or not.
My friends all have boyfriends, and I’m really looking to settle down. By the way, it never gets farther than kissing with me. Men leap to attention and whisper to each other before approaching. As a result, you become a lifelong target—a trophy for men to bag.
And if I can be seduced by physical attraction, and the glory that comes with landing such a specimen, I would have to assume that 95% of the red-blooded, conscience-free men would feel the same way. I just want to have the meaningless experience and cheap thrill that comes along with sex with a celebrity. Their mere presence makes people excited, nervous, fearful, giddy.I saw that as the woman making a mistake or being stupid enough to fall for a guy like that.I didn’t know that she could actually feel attracted to him for OTHER reasons.Put it this way—when I was single, if I had a chance to sleep with…I don’t know…who is the most distasteful female celebrity? To me, that’s the perfect metaphor—very attractive women ARE celebrities. And while it might seem like a great ride being a celebrity, tell that to poor Britney. Or any of the people who crumble from the pressure and attention foisted upon them.Men are to pretty girls what paparazzi are to celebrities.
This fact is usually dispelled by women who don’t fit the mold of this with statements such as “you can have ANY guy you want” or “you’re one to complain”.