I have to say, I watched this on Netflix with little to no expectations, but was pleasantly surprised, it showed a very honest look at human thinking, always looking for a "10" and settling for someone a point or 2 lower or higher, in attractiveness. What surprised me was the fact that we are really so superficial about what and who we seek as a mate, made me see it in myself as well, which was unsettling. Yet none-the-less this was a great film, it took you step-by-step through a large number of things that we associate with attractive; "power" in finances, in physical strength, for women to men, "sound" in the smoothness of a woman's voice, or the deepness of a mans, "scent" is better in some people than others, and affects us as well I give it a 10, and say check it out!
The science of sex appeal
Sexual attraction - Wikipedia
Attraction seems objective to the naked eye, but is actually a series of complex elements that humans subconsciously pick up on. Being physically attractive is the fist element people usually think of when asked about attractiveness. For example, having an hourglass figure as a woman or being tall and toned for a man. This is also called static attraction.
Sex Appeal: The Art and Science of Sexual Attraction
The man makes eye contact with a woman across the bar. He assesses her attractiveness in a matter of seconds and is ready to make his move. He offers to buy her a drink, and whispers to her what he thinks is a slick pick-up line. The woman rolls her eyes, and walks away. Several chemicals in the brain drive different behaviors between men and women.
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