- Dec 25, 2019
Facial attractiveness: evolutionary based research
Face preferences affect a diverse range of critical social outcomes, from mate choices and decisions about platonic relationships to hiring decisions and decisions about social exchange. Firstly, we review the facial characteristics that influence attractiveness ...
How the hell does this not back up everything we are saying regarding the blackpill, and the over arching effect LOOKS have on behaviour towards people and the associated discrimination against less attractive people, FAILO, and favourable towards attractive people, HALO.
This is literally a PEER REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PAPER SPELLING OUT THE BLACKPILL:
Physical attractiveness has important social consequences. For example, beauty is associated with upward economic mobility, especially for women [5,6], attractive people have more dates than less attractive people , and people who have dated more attractive individuals report being more satisfied with their dates [8,9]. It has long been noted that there exists a ‘What is beautiful is good’ stereotype  ([2,11,12] for meta-analytical reviews of research on physical attractiveness stereotypes), whereby attractive individuals are perceived to possess a variety of positive personality attributions. In mock interviews, attractive people are more likely to be hired than less attractive individuals  and attractiveness can also influence judgements about the seriousness of committed crimes . Outside the laboratory, attractive people also appear to lead favourable lives; attractive individuals pay lower bail  and are more likely to be hired for jobs [16,17] than less attractive individuals.