Most Helpful Girl
I mean it does matters to an extent. It's kind of like asking if money matters in life, yes it does to an extent.
Looks isn't as important as some people make it out to be though. I mean having a very attractive partner is great but it isn't what matters in relationships (or at least it shouldn't). Personally I've been into guys who aren't even my type or very physically attractive to me, but they haven't necessarily been ugly, just not what people would consider "attractive" and personally I don't really mind as long as I feel chemistry between us.1
Most Helpful Guy
Kinda... those things are very complex. I'll try to explain:
First of all, we all have different preferences and these preferences will define what we find attractive. I think that very few of us are willing to be with some one that we do not find attractive (always according to our preferences). However, there's always the possibility that we'll fall for someone that is not the way we consider attractive. If this happens, how many of us would be willing to actually make a move or accept it?
My point is that looks do matter, even though many people say it doesn't, nobody wants to be with someone who's not what we define as attractive. Surprises happen though, maybe things stronger than us that can make us give in or even redefine or preferences, let's not count on it though.0