Male bird on the right, female bird on the left.
A Lion and a lioness
A human male in peak form will always be better than 100% of females, on average females are better looking than average men, but if you put ANY human next to a peak male, the male will always win.
This is why Male models outshine female models when they're standing next to each other. Not to mention most women need makeup to even get out the house.
Most Helpful Girl
Hmm. I disagree with you. I am a straight woman and I will argue with you that the woman is more attractive than a manLook at a man past 35... possibly bald.
Not seriously I think you can't compare a human to a bird, we aren't birds. The look is only relevant for mating / dating if the females pick the Partner and their appearance tells them something about their qualities as a father (as happening in birds.) the lion man has a mane not to impress the woman but to impress his rivals. Therefore only the winners get to mate. Women look for other qualities in men than appearance and men also usually don't have to impress other men to spread their genes. Therefore the reason humans mate has very little to do with their appearance. Men just carry characteristics of what a woman is attracted to, but even unattractive men get to add to the genpool so looks will never really matter much.1
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Most Helpful Guy
With most animals it is pretty logical. Females obviously choose the mating partner that could create the best offspring, therefore the males have to impress the female. This can be done by being shiny, like a peacock, or being very strong, like lions tend to be. The males have to stand out from the crowd in a way, that differs between the species we're talking about. This is not the case with a female duck, hence a female duck can look grey and boring without it actually mattering. In short, males have to impress the female and therefore have to stand out from the crowd.
As for humans. Nah, I personally find the female body to be infinitely better looking than a male body.3
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