Dating less attractive
If I’m going to be with someone, it needs to be a natural connection rather than something forced.
The problem wasn’t that he wasn’t good-looking but that I didn’t personally find him attractive. I don’t date supermodels, just guys I feel attracted to regardless of whether or not they add up to society’s ideal of attractiveness.
Surprisingly, instead of walking away with dignity, he showed me that he’d be willing to let our relationship linger on as long as he benefited from no-strings sex. I realized that the person I’d hurt and disrespected the most in this short “relationship” was myself.
You should be physically attracted to the person you’re dating.
All of your charming tales about having so much in common ("He ? But this being an aspirational magazine for men, let's stick to the former.) The mystery intensifies when the lady in question is not only gorgeous but also smart, funny, and wildly successful, and the guy in question is a scruffy-looking dude with a dad bod, a nonexistent career, and a bad habit of showing up to red-carpet events looking like he just got off a fifteen-hour flight from Mongolia. There are unquestionably more beautiful women in the world than there are handsome men.
Women are criticized for having the audacity to exist past the age of forty, but contrary to popular belief, men are the ones who really go to seed as the years tick by.
They'll tell their equally attractive kids heartwarming stories about "love at first sight," but such pairings are about as compelling as a casting agent's daily grind.
Brangelina, the Bennifers, the Hiddleswifts, the Teigen-Legends: We get it.