Men have better skin (often) they don't have circles under the eyes, their hair don't get all pancakey.
Maybe it's just because women's beauty standards have been set so high because of makeup. And if nobody wore it, girls wouldn't be considered ugly whitout.
In nature, the males are always better looking than the females. So that they can attract them, and mate. But we aren't as primitive, as animals. We have standards, and leagues, and consider more than the looks.
Do you think men just are the better looking gender, or that our standards for women, have been twisted and are now unnatural?
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I think it's because there haven't been as many beauty standards for men that you are able to perceive them as surprisingly good-looking, and that also (if you are heterosexual) you are able to get more out of looking at a handsome man than a pretty woman. The fact that a man's ability to be turned on is largely supplied by the sight of a female body (which is not as much the case for women in regard to a man's body) contributes to the idea of women as the "fairer sex."
I think the sexes look the same except for sexual features (a square versus a round face, for instance) that can't be objectively measured as better looking or worse looking than the opposite sex's features.