I personally believe its females since (including in the animal kingdom) males are the ones attracted to the females and try to win them over. Meaning the fact girls are girls, guys are instantly attracted and drawn in while girls dont experience attraction instantly until there is an emotional connection.
That and the way relationships work (also in the animal kingdom).
males try to get with females until one accepts, the male then provides/ protects the woman and child, while the girl just looks after the baby and gets taken care of. The males also often risk their lives while doing this.
While the female is less attracted (obvious through the fact they aren't attracted to attractive men without an emotional connection) and gets taken care of all because its the males instinct to care and protect while its the female to nurture and protect the baby.
In my opinion this is clearly one sided and more beneficial to the females.
Most Helpful Girl
Well you do have a point but if your gonna bring up attraction, lol this might sound weird but males are naturally better looking than females even in the animal kingdom! Look at peacocks for and example! The girls are butt ugly while the males are beautiful! Its like that all around and with humans women wear makeup to cover imperfections where guys dont! I see where your coming from where as why does the male always have to persue the woman! If it makes you feel better i had to be the one to persue my fiance!5
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Most Helpful Guy
You can be an attractive man if you put in half the effort that most women do. A lot of guys don't try, have poor health/hygiene, don't develop their style, don't workout, etc. Women who are in touch with their emotions do experience sexual attraction instantly but they're often less obvious in expressing it or acting on it. So as men we often take the risk to make the first move, and in her eyes and body language you can see if you have a chance. And if she makes the first move just don't fuck it up and you're golden.4
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