Rion Williams – Sexual Attraction Mastery Disc 3
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The sexual attraction of men to women has some unexpected and unwanted repercussions for both sexes.
Because of their sexual attraction to women, males lie, deceive, and steal.
Men are more inclined to lie, cheat, and steal when their sexual attraction to women is stimulated by seeing beautiful photos (Chiou et al., 2017). Researchers discovered that males who were given seductive photos of women were more inclined to cheat and lie in order to gain more money in a laboratory environment where they solved issues to earn money and self-reported their outcomes. After a researcher asked them to check that they had gotten the proper amount, men who viewed seductive photos of women were less inclined to return unearned money. Men who were given images of less attractive women did not exhibit the same dishonesty tendencies. According to the writers, males may lie, cheat, and steal in order to earn riches that may be utilized to attract beautiful women.
However, if women can detect men’s dishonesty, this tactic is likely to backfire, because most women regard honesty and integrity to be crucial qualities in a love partner.
Men reject sexually beautiful women because they are concerned about their own death.
Men are less attracted to gorgeous women when they consider their own death. Interestingly, the same is not true for women; when they consider their own death, they are not less drawn to sexy males (Landau et al., 2006). Furthermore, when men are reminded of their death, their attraction to sexy women decreases; men are not less drawn to women who look more wholesome. These researchers also discovered that males who were asked to recollect a lustful event (while simultaneously being prompted to consider their own death) regarded intimate partner violence toward women as more acceptable than men who remembered an exciting but not lustful memory. Landau and colleagues suggest that since gorgeous women remind men of the corporality of their bodies, men may reject sexy women as a reaction to their dread of death. Men’s fear of death appears to induce them not only to ignore their attraction to women, but also to insult, harass, and maybe even be violent against gorgeous women (Landau et al., 2006).
The authors speculate that these findings may not apply to all males; individuals with strong self-esteem or low neuroticism may be able to deal with thoughts of their own death more well, and so be less likely to derogate gorgeous women in that situation.
Men have a sexual attraction to women who are easy to exploit.
Men (consciously or unconsciously) find women more appealing and driven to pursue them when they exhibit characteristics that make them look more vulnerable to sexual exploitation, such as youth, immaturity, drunkenness, or flirting (Goetz et al., 2012). Men are drawn to the possibility of sexually exploiting women. According to the authors of this study, these characteristics increase women’s vulnerability to seduction, sexual pressure, and sexual assault by men. (Women who are regarded to be clever and shy are less exploitable and less desirable in short-term relationships, but more attractive in long-term partnerships.) Importantly, males were not asked in this study whether they would try to take advantage of sexually exploitable women. Rather, they were asked if they thought some women were subject to seduction, sexual pressure, and assault by males in general. The authors argue that males’s attraction to women who look more easily exploitable stems from the evolutionary benefits that short-term mating possibilities provide for men.