When individuals with diverse levels of physical attractiveness are brought together in a shared space, there is a tendency for those with the highest level of attractiveness to gravitate towards one another and form exclusive social groups. Interestingly, this phenomenon, often referred to as “assortative mating,” has been observed in various species and is not exclusive to humans. In some instances, it can lead to the reinforcement of certain traits or characteristics within a population, contributing to the rich tapestry of diversity found in the animal kingdom.
Hungry men find women with higher body…
Hungry men find women with higher body weights more attractive, according to a scientific study.