Hot girls are the hardest to get. Or is it average-looking girls who are, paradoxically, the hardest? 3 theories dig in and explain.
Previously we challenged the notion that hot girls are always harder to get, and that the hotter they are the harder it is to date and sleep with them. To do this, we looked at six (6) different variables aside from beauty that have an impact on how difficult it is to pick her up. Those were:
- A girl’s personality
- Her mood
- Her sociocultural background
- Her social circle
- Where and how you meet her
- And her self-awareness of her looks
You can read more about these variables in my previous post. If this is the
first time you’re encountering them, you will find they shed a new
light on the common misconception that “hotter = harder”.
Today we will delve deeper into what makes a girl more or less difficult to date and bed. This post is all about seduction theory. We’ll have a look at different theories on how looks alone affect a girl’s level of difficulty. Thus, the main focus of this post will be on the “look variable”.
The theories covered in this post might seem contradictive to some. One theory we dissect will be on why hot women are harder to get. Another theory we’ll look at today rests on the claim that average women are harder to pick up than more attractive ones.
My opinion on such theories is that they are all more or less correct and do not contradict each other – they just explain two different phenomenon.