If a girl or a guy is giving a talk, and they are both attractive, there will be hundreds more comments from users on the attractiveness of the female rather than the male instead of listening to what they are actually saying. Basically, when the guy talks he will be listened to but if the girl talks, chances are she will be remembered for how she looks.
Out of an audience of men and women; the women will look at the guy's character and the men will look at the lady's physical attributes to determine if she can rear a child. In ancient cave-man terminology - women are looking for men who have the courage/strength/ambition/etc to be a provider and to protect them / and their offspring.. Men are looking for health to keep their genes going through the next generation.
Women could comment about a guys looks all they want - but in reality they usually care about stuff deeper; hence the character reference.
Guys aren't so "deep-hitting" until they have found a mate of interest; they find their mates through visual confirmation to determine health; after which comes the compatibility test.. If she tries to kill us, stalk us, or eat us.. We should find a new mate; otherwise, we're good to go.
So back to your reference about the video - I think it's completely reasonable and fair that the world works this way... Why? Because it works. Birth rates are declining due to extrinsic factors in our environment, not because the method does not work; else, how are we alive at this point in time?
Women pride themselves on how they look. Men don't. Yes, this is true, women like an attractive guy because it means attractive offspring just like men like attractive women for the same reason but..it's actually more about the women and how they like to look fashionable etc..male primates didn't care how they looked. Their job was to go out and look for food and provide food and they looked hideous yet still attracted females. Evolution has caused women to take more pride in their looks than men. Then again, that is if you believe in evolution of course
because most of the people commenting will be male more than likely since it's the internet, and guys don't care about other guys. and girls don't openly comment on guys like that for fear of coming off as shallow or "creepy"
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