- Dec 4, 2021
Even studies refute the existence of femcels.
"Among women, physical attractiveness did not matter when it came to mating (Table 4). There were no statistically significant differences between them in terms of their attractiveness. Level of attractiveness did matter, however, depending on the social class of origin. This will be discussed later. In general, these results corroborated the first hypothesis for males, but not for women. Less attractive males were less likely to find a partner than the rest; but these differences were not found among women."
"The study highlighted some important facts. First, that physical attractiveness matters for males to find a partner and for the type of partner they find. The less attractive are less likely to find a partner who is a graduate, or someone with a higher education level. This phenomenon did not happen in women. They all formed partnerships equally."