There is probably some sort of biological fertility and health assessment going on in my case, and some people might divorce that from "personality". But I think I'm pretty loose about it, and more drawn to abstract ideas than just optimal fertility. Yet I couldn't become attracted to a guy for example, regardless of personality... so that probably suggests the biology is playing some part. And the women I find most attractive usually aren't the types that resemble what's popular in the media.
I would say I'm fairly divorced from media influence and canonical ideas of beauty at least. The way I find a girl attractive is quite abstract, and very often I'm drawn to the unusual things about her that distinguish her from the rest (including the more canonical beauties that turn most of the heads in the room -- I'm drawn more to the "hidden gems").
For me, it never computed... this idea of distinguishing "looks" from "personality". From my standpoint, you can never fully know "personality" because we can't read minds, and even if we could, we wouldn't necessarily be able to predict how that mind reacts to new situations... only form impressions of it. And I find the visual data to be just as important in forming that impression of who someone is, their "personality", as verbal, auditory, etc.
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