Women don't want to admit it but they want attractive guys just like guys want attractive girls.
Thing is, there's many guys like me who are nerd, antisocial, or disabled mentally, not physically attractive too.
So, if all those attractive girls want outgoing, playboyish, or smart outgoing and successful social guys, they have limited amount to choose from: Guys that go to clubs, Guys in Universities, Social guys, Guys with high pay careers.
Anyways, what i'm saying is attractive people want attractive or successful people as mates, and most people are not attractive nor successful, most people are average or below. So, what do those attractive people ( in this case i'm talking about women) do? They just end up single forever?
Ps I'm disabled mentally myself so I'm just thinking about these things cause i feel nobody will ever love me
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I genuinely believe that any just average looking man, even one that is kind of ugly can get any mature woman if they are good to them. I really do but it takes a mature woman who has probably had several experiences with good-looking men who just run over her. I heard once you get older, the physical looks don't matter as much and I am starting to feel that way towards men even if I am 18. I tend to have better conversations with significantly older men than men my age or in their 20s. Doesn't mean I'm going to date a significantly older man than me but I have to admit that most of the ones I talk to are good to women or their wives which makes them more attractive than a male Abercrombie model who thinks little Wayne makes the best music. I am sorry I got off topic but your quote has some truth in it but just because you're attractive doesn't necessarily mean that you would end up alone. I do believe that in a lot of cases, attractive looking women might end up alone because I assume that they have higher standards than the average looking woman and the older you get, the less physically attractive you are thus making it harder to find someone along with your high standards.0