Is female "love" for men more opportunistic and predatory?

Was looking through comment section of this video and came across this comment below.

"I'm not an attractive man so women almost never almost never talk unless they want a favor from me so imagine what happends when a ugly like me tries to ask a girl one out it makes want to give up on the idea to find love all together"

The response to said comment was from another male named Arturo who stated

"Don't let it get to you. Women do this to most men regardless of how he looks. Just remember one thing about women's nature; women love opportunistically while us men love more idealistically (we tend to be more romantic, while women will love you for what you have and what you can do for her. They don't love you for who you are as a person.)"

Evidence to support this can be looked at relationship/sex among men. We know from a study done in 2018, that at least 30% of men under the age of 30 are sexless/little to no relationship experience and literally get nothing from women despite us being in a hookup culture. We also know that in modern time, many women are exceeding men in college and no longer require most men as providers. Women can even make a killing on sites like onlyfans, twitch and cam models now.

A ripple effect of women exceeding men as bread winners has also caused many women to complain about lack of men available for marriage. Many feminist and males on here like to attribute this to hookup culture and men not wanting to commit. However, the reality comes from many men not exceeding the financial bracket these girls want to consider them for marriage. Thus, showing the 'love' women display here is not about soul mate or romance.

All of these are very suggestive of a predatory and calculative approach women take when picking a partner and viewing love. Think about it for a second, if your goal here is to find love why does a price tag on a person's finances and resources come first before even giving them a chance.
Is female "love" for men more opportunistic and predatory?
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