It's not just how we look, there a personality that comes with it, but look is the first thing you notice when you meet someone and my friends and I don't even get that 'hi, my name is _____, what's yours?' (If you get the point you'll know what I mean with this)
Thanks for answering or at least trying to (:
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An older woman was asking much the same question the other day on GaG. Since the same things apply, I'll copy over my answer.
Herbie Hancock and John Mayer released a song that talked about this. It's name is "Stitched Up"
here is an excerpt:
I wonder where she came from
I wonder where she's gotta go
Who's to say she's single and who's to say she's on her own?
Girls like that don't sleep alone
Ah, here's a thing, here's a thing
That girl is flawless
And I know I'm not the first one to think that
And since I'm not the first, I sure won't be the last
Spend my whole life lookin' behind my back
I just don't think I'm up to that
Yes, guys are intimidated by your beauty. They are also intimidated by the other guys that can lay claim to your beauty. Since a contest for your affection will almost certainly result in a loss for most guys, most guys choose to not compete in the first place.
Basically, you are going to have to treat being attractive as a handicap that you have to overcome. If you want a bf, you go talk to the guy you are interested in. He will be flattered and you will meet new guys.
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