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Looks just don’t play a role on the forefront because in the end, beauty doesn’t put food on the table, and it doesn't teach your children valuable life lessons. So, before you shudder in disgust the next time (and there will be a next time) you see a beautiful woman toting around town with an ugly (sorry, but not) guy, don’t be so quick to judge. He could be sweet, caring and have a sense of humor akin to that of Jim Carrey. We’re already the minority, and unfortunately, another aspect of social interaction that research finds is that more traditionally ‘attractive’ women are generally treated better and do better in a work environment.Sadly, when it comes to being a woman in this harsh, cruel world, looks really do carry weight.This can completely muddle the scaled difference in appearances for male and female partners.As Jennifer Chaiken, a marriage family therapist and co-founder of The West Chester Therapy Group put it: We’re so focused on what we look like on the outside that we forget what is happening on the inside. They are told NOT to put too much effort into their appearances because that wouldn’t be “masculine.”As Bierly tells Elite Daily: So, while women are busy primping to be attractive, men are busy shying away from it to be considered attractive. According to Caitlyn Caracciolo, a marriage family therapist and co-founder of The Westchester Therapy Group: Women tend to consider their own looks and ‘attractiveness’ far more important than men, probably because society tells us to and because, ultimately, they do matter more for us.As Emmalee Bierly, a marriage family therapist and co-founder of The Westchester Therapy Group told Elite Daily: There is so much pressure from society when it comes to beauty standards.We’re constantly reminded and told what makes someone “beautiful” and how to make ourselves more beautiful, however, men rarely meet the same kind of scrutiny.
I also noticed their husbands were all shorter than they were; I wondered if it was because of the heels.
I was sitting in a Spanish restaurant in Alphabet City with my little sister.
She was in town for the weekend from Boston, and I was treating her to shrimp stew, churros and the tales of my not-so-glamorous life in NYC.
Women “are evolved at seeking out what we need.” We have an understanding of what qualities make a man the best candidate for mating.
We look for emotional wherewithal, solid critical thinking skills, fatherly qualities, etc.
Being beautiful is clearly not all that matters, but there is little use trying to deny that it doesn’t give you a leg up in society.