Dating gorgeous people
Is it because, with age, we care more about a relationship’s potential longevity, rather than just instant sexual gratification?Or perhaps we become more acutely aware of the impermanence of beauty after experiencing our own signs of aging?Not to mention that people get away with so much more when they’re attractive.”And that’s not just true of relationships; it's true of life in general.It’s a widely documented psychological phenomenon that good-looking people are perceived by others as being better people overall—as being nicer, more intelligent, better at their jobs, and yes, better to date. Hamermesh, author of , there are also many economic benefits to looking good, from higher wages at work to getting better deals on loans.At certain times that can be a confidence boost, but it’s hard to deal with on a daily basis, especially when you don’t 100 percent trust the person you’re dating.” And this doesn’t just go for models, Millie says, but hot people in general.
In sociology, this is called the “beauty-status exchange”—an attractive person pairs with a wealthy or powerful person, and both win. But according to new research by University of Notre Dame sociologist Elizabeth Mc Clintock, despite outliers like Anna Nicole Smith and J.
But according to Millie, the reality of being romantically involved with the world’s most desired has its downsides.“What’s annoying is that when you’re with a really hot guy, other girls have no qualms about coming up and hitting on him right in front of you,” she said.
“Or girls will turn and blatantly stare at your boyfriend in the street.
However, he was bald and a little shorter than me, and ultimately just not that hot.
It never bothered me when we were alone, but as things got more serious, I began to feel nervous about introducing him to my friends.
“Lately, in order to want to sleep with someone, I actually have to them as a person.” He said this as if it were a mind-blowing revelation.