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Male preselection, aka the observable reality that the desirability of men to women increases when men are desired by women, gets a boost from ¡SCIENCE!:

Men are more attractive when desired by other women, study finds

Published in the journal Scientific Reports, researchers from the Universities of St Andrews, Durham and Exeter believe that a man is given an “attractiveness boost” when he is desired by other women.

This is because he is perceived to be more kind, faithful and a better father.

Right observation, wrong interpretation. These cues may play a role in the additional desirability of preselected men, but they aren’t the primary reason for women’s arousal in the company of men who are surrounded by adoring women. The more honest explanation for the “mate copying effect” in women is that preselected men are proven HSMV commodities — the love of other women validates the preselected man’s sexual worth. Women need this validation because it’s a shortcut to determining if a man would be a quality mate. Why do women, but not men, exploit third party opinion to gauge a potential lover’s worth? Because women are HOLISTIC mate value assessors; women judge a lot more about a man than just his looks. Men predominately rely on their eyeballs to tell them which women are worth pursuing and courting.

The women were asked to rate how attractive they found each image before being shown the average rating given by the rest of the group.

Interestingly, when the women were asked to re-rate each image shortly after, their answer changed in favour of the social information.

On average, a participant changed their initial rating by around 13 per cent when rating the attractiveness of men’s faces depending on what other women had said.

In the zero sum sexual market, even a 1% edge can mean the difference between incel and normielove.

“Women appear to copy the mate preferences of other women but this might simply be because humans have a general tendency to be influenced by the opinions of others,” said research leader Dr Kate Cross.

A strong sex difference operates here. Women tend to be more influenced by group opinion.

A trait which is often seen in female birds and fish, the idea behind mate copying or The Wedding Ring Effect, is that by already being in a relationship or desired by other women, a man has already proven that they have some desirable characteristics.

When a woman sees an ugly man with attractive women, she thinks, “what does he have going on? I must find out.”

When a man sees an ugly woman with attractive men, he thinks, “she’s ugly, they’re gay.”

The findings are also supported by an earlier study from Oklahoma State University which found that 90 per cent of single women were interested in a man they believed was taken, while a mere 59 per cent wanted him when told he was single.

The “wedding ring effect” can be spoofed by single men in two ways: wear a wedding ring, or surround himself with female friends who will act as his wingmen completely unawares of their purpose to him if he chooses exploitation over honesty.

If you decide on the female friend strategy to boost your preselection score, don’t ruin the effect by acting like a gay-ass beta orbiter. You aren’t supposed to give women the impression that you’re a gay bestie helping your girls hook up with chads. You’re supposed to be *that guy* who’s socializing with women whom he may or may not be banging, while still keeping an eye out for fresh meat. And when the girl you’ve got your eye on asks about the nature of your relationships with your female company? “Oh them? They’re my caravan of migrants, always following me around.”

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