He isn't "the general marketplace of men in the population." He's one guy, one buyer, with his own unique preferences, weighted values, and value of his own that he's bringing to the table. If he's not broke and living pay-check-to-pay-check, if he's not an asshole, if he's not a mangina, then the combination of all of those qualities in one man already pretty much brings him above the fucking 90th percentile of all guys in the population.So, given her own beliefs about men, she may place an extraordinary weight on the value of those other qualities. The effect his "good looks" have, therefore, is to simply erode or discount her bargaining leverage. The value of "sex" or "her looks" is diminished. He can easily have sex, and with attractive women. That's what her looks communicate to her. So, she knows that she's going to use different tactics to secure a relationship with this kind of guy. This may intimidate her if she's used to relying on her looks and sex.
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that's like assuming a hot girl is a bit. Way to take the inverse of shovenism
Your description is the same for us men to when it comes to good looking women. :)