Dating and male dominance
I know I have heard it in a few of the lectures, but I can't seem to find it.It's basically him talking about how Solzhenitsyn said that everyone in Soviet society was lying, to themselves and everyone else, and that was their downfall. According to author Jon Birger, you’re not imagining things. To all the young, college-educated women out there who feel like Donald Trump will probably become president before they find a decent, eligible man, take comfort.Other cities especially brutal for single women are Houston; Providence, RI; and Raleigh, NC.Better options include Silicon Valley, San Francisco, San Diego and Columbus, Ohio.In “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game,” out today, Birger, a former writer for Fortune and Money magazines, crunched demographic, census and other data to show that it really is historically rough out there for the ladies.
There is a large body of literature that shows that although women like physically attractive men, they are also very attracted to signs of high social dominance.”“Consequently, it could now be explained how the characteristic was passed on.And by significant hair loss, I mean bald, just like Mr. Sure, having a gorgeous head of hair is a blessing, but hey, no shame in being a baldie. Interested in why baldness is still a thing, even though it’s seen as such a horribly negative thing, Muscarella set out on a noble quest to find out why the baldness trait hasn’t been bred out of humans yet.There’s no use fighting it if your hair is falling out. Going bald (or just shaving all your hair off) is actually one of the greatest things that can happen to you, because apparently, bald dudes are perceived as more intelligent, dominant, and overall sexier than men who have a full head of hair. In his study, Muscarella and his team asked participants to rate a selection of men in four domains: physical attractiveness, aggressiveness, appeasement, and social maturity, which included factors like honesty, intelligence, and social status.Based on his research, here are eight reasons why women can’t find a man — and strategies for increasing their odds. “Because women have been graduating from college in 30-plus percent greater numbers than men for years, there are now four women for every three men nationally in the marriage-age, college-educated dating market,” Birger says.The island is great for, say, watching a cheesy musical or spending 0 on a bottle of vodka. In Manhattan, the numbers are even more dire, with 38 percent more young female college grads than male.
With the gender imbalance on college campuses, men are having a field day, and they may see no need to end their winning streak by settling down.