This guy in a locker room was talking mentioning this. He was saying women don't want guys looking better than them. Part of me says that this can be true in some cases but I want some feedback on this.
Could it be that there are girls out there who don't feel that they would be as in-control in a relationship if the guy looked better than them? But if that's the case then are they stuck being single since they probably would not want an unattractive guy either?
I like a guy who looks good and presentable but I guess what you said is true. My boyfriend is gorgeous and it makes me feel insecure. He wears designer clothes and I don't own one piece of expensive designer clothes. He always looks good because he has a nice body and he's handsome looking. I can't pull off a scruffy look like he can so I feel like I need to dress up a lot to match his looks and to feel good enough and if you know a lot about girls, you'll know that we're all pretty insecure. I think a lot of women believe that the woman should be the glamourous one of the relationship and men are meant to look manly. So when those ideas are reversed, they don't like it.
Imagine being with a super attractive girl who always looks good without even trying, whilst you feel insecure about how you look and not good enough for her. You would love her but you would feel quite low when you're walking next to her in public.
Girls generally prefer guys who are around their "level" of attractiveness. I'm slightly above average looking, so I like guys who are average to above average. I'd just feel weird dating a super attractive guy, I don't know why.
I don't think I would understand why a better looking guy would want to go out with me the usual thing in couples is that the girl is better looking personally I think its because guys are that little bit more shallow.