Is this the reality for men with fewer options in relationships?

I just turned 34 last month and it's been now 4 years since my last break-up. 4 long years of nothing, no luck at all, not even a bit.

I'm just an average 5'9 man, average in looks too, not that wealthy, few friends, always had B's and C's during my school years (never really excelled academically so I could never be a doctor nor laywer nor any of those hard careers; don't have the capacity for it), only had 2 past gfs in my life and it was a struggle for a date to even progress to a relationship.

Obviously I can't demand for an Adriana Lima type because I can't offer much. I'll just have to go with what's available for me. My last two gfs weren't exactly what several men would want but I guess that's better than nothing at all. Is this the reality for men like us with fewer options for relationships?

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and no, in my first relationship (at a late age of 27) obviously I wasn't her first. It was either getting what's available, looking for other traits or continue without any experience at all. At this point I just want a relationship and form a family.
Is this the reality for men with fewer options in relationships?
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