Is it selfish to not consider ugly/average people when you are ugly/average?

Obviously be nice and polite and non-judgemental to everyone, but when it comes to asking out/flirting, is it selfish to purposefully not do it to them specifically? Even if you're also ugly/average?

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  • No
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  • Depends on how much you do/don't like them
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  • I don't know show me the results
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Most Helpful Girl

  • It's not selfish but rather stupid as obviously, good looking people won't consider average/ugly people since they can "do better" so that person is severely limiting themselves.
    But it's definitely always better to stick with what you are actually attracted to rather than to lie to yourself and your partner.

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What Girls Said 13

  • It's not selfish, because everyone has the right to choose who they want to date or flirt with. After all it's you who'll be dating them. You can't just date someone based on someone else's preferences , or just because a person judges you negatively for your choice.

    As long as you're not disrespectful or mean
    ( like you stated) then there's nothing wrong with being selective with who you date...

    It would be cruel to flirt with a girl and lead her on , if you weren't interested in her at all. That would be mean

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  • If you're doing it to them then there's a highly likely chance they're doing it to you/someone else. So.

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  • It's more hypocritical than anything, but afterall not everyone has the same opinion about what's attractive and what's not.

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  • Selfish, no. But be prepared to end up alone and don't go around blaming people for rejecting you

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  • Most couples are with someone equally attractive as themselves, but there is the odd occassion where an imbalance happens. This is is usually possible when the less attractive person is extremely secure about their looks and truly believes they are worthy of the more attractive person. Or sometimes it is the attractive person is insecure and thinks they can't do any better

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  • Depends entirely on whether you like them, not so much on what they look like.

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  • K but don't be surprised when the more attractive women seek redeeming qualities, such as money, to make up for your lack of attractiveness

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  • No, but you should definitely not complain about the people you do go for being too superficial if they reject you.

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  • Not selfish but hypocritical.

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  • Everybody does that

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  • No. But don't start crying when you're single

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  • It's fine. However, don't treat ugly/average people like garbage and do not have expectations of attractive people liking you because they obviously have more people to choose from. Just saying.

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  • You can do whatever you want. Whoever will want you will take you. And if no one wants you, you'll alone.

    it's like that for all of us.

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What Guys Said 2

  • It shows that a person lacks perspective, I think, because they don't apply the same standards to themselves that they do to others.

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  • You can have money

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