Do you believe many people are single, solely because of a lackluster physical appearance/not looking sexually appealing enough to others?

No, it's gotta be more to it, than just that
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No, its probably not the reason at all, for a majority of single people
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  • Yes but I do think in most cases it is only half the truth.

    If very attractive, to the point of not having to put in any effort, a lot more people would be in relationships. To that extent I fully agree. Where I disagree is that I also feel that mentality lends itself to victimizing your own person when, again not in all but, most scenarios if people put in effort and figured out how to best leverage their own strengths they would still find partners.

    So I agree many are single because of looks. I do not believe solely because of looks is true.

    • True, although some people feel they are very attractive, and that some people are just kind of scared to ask. Other men seem to think, even if they are attractive to other women, they can't sit back, and let them come to them. I mean, you might legitimately think you're the hottest guy around, does that mean that every girl would hit on you, or just tell you outright? I don't know

    • Thinking it does not make it so. But while anecdotal, if I were to consider the three most attractive guys I know at a party or club? It is more a question of if they want to go home together with someone rather than if they can manage it. They very much will be approached and the same applies for relationships. The absolutely most attractive guy I know is regularly accosted by women regardless of setting. I was at a work related meeting with him and the way the women there treated him I would consider poor behaviour even at a spicier stripclub. Similarly, even I who do not consider myself shockingly attractive, will have semi-frequent instances of being approached as long as I involve myself in social settings. People are scared. Yes. In singular cases all kinds of reasons apply. Wider picture, if you are available frequently and register no interest you either illicit none or you are bad at spotting it. Effort solves most of it.

  • Solely? Absolutely not. The vast majority of unattractive and/or uncapped people could attract dates if they just lowered their standards to meet the standards that they themselves meet, making the problem both their level of attractiveness and having standards that are too high.

    • I guess tho, why wouldn't people be biased, and think you're hot, or cute? Especially if they're not bums on the street, or people who look like they don't wash, prioritize hygiene, etc. How exactly do you know that your standards are too high, because a few people said so?

    • *and think they are

    • If the problem is either everyone else or the one person, then the answer is almost always the one person. But yes I agree that it's sad that most people can't see their physical flaws, kinda like smelly people who can't smell themselves.