I admit that to take a rake by a 5 out of 10 when you yourself are a 7/10 or more, that pisses off.
But they are much more select than us when it comes to finding the right one. Quite simply, it’s up to us to be up to it.
there is the problem, it is that those below 5/10 allow themselves to be selective while neglecting themselves on the physical and intellectual level, which makes that in the end, either they are fucked indefinitely believing having found the right one each time, or they lower their requirements and build a couple.
Unfortunately, this is often the first case that happens every time, I don’t want to “have to be up to it” for a 4/10 if I’m a 7.
If you always use the same approach (one that doesn’t work), whatever your physique, it will be hard to match.
There’s a stupid thing that a lot of guys forget on dating sites and without that, unless you’re very bg, it’s dead: originality.
I have that feeling too, and usually when I talk about it, whether it’s with girls or boys, we tend to agree on that.
To think about it, one could imagine a simplified model where everyone is straight, and everyone only sleeps with one person at a time.
If a girl gets to sleep, she will necessarily do it with a guy, logical, so from there, the girls can not do better than the guys at this level, it is necessarily “win / win” .
We can say to ourselves as mentioned by the author, for example, that all the girls manage to have sex, but only with 20% of the “top” guys, which would leave most of the boys on the floor and explain our starting impression.
Well, now I can’t find it, and I’m running out of time to read others, but there are studies on the subject that are being done in universities – yes it’s still a specific environment but we will do with – which I believe show that my explanation above does not hold, we do not have a small percentage of one sex which completely “monopolizes” the other.
Suddenly, I wonder how to explain that we sometimes have the impression that we guys sleep as a chick is easier? There must be a bias lurking in the way of looking at it. Maybe we will talk more often about this subject with girls a little “above average”, when other girls actually have the same problems as us.
I also told myself that we often remember our failures more than our successes, a bit like the impression of always falling in the queue that advances the slower at the supermarket checkout. For my part for example, if I think carefully, on the last girls that I flirted with, I rather had a good success rate even if some failures obviously, yet I still have the impression that it is easier to be a chick.