By Serge Kreutz
Humans live in societies in which every individual occupies a position relative to other individuals. This also applies if we evaluate each person’s attractiveness as sexual partner.
Many factors determine a person’s sexual market value: physical attractiveness, age, wealth, economic stability. Achievers rank higher than non-achievers. Intelligent men fare better than ordinary ones.
For young woman, beauty is such a dominant factor that even stupidity doesn’t matter much. Because everything is so easy for young beautiful women, they are often spoiled. Later, they experience the strongest decline of their sexual market value.
The positions of men and women are not balanced in the same manner in each and every culture. The position of women is strongest in Western European and North American societies. There, the rules are set by women more than in traditional societies, the Arab world, East Asia, religious India.
Because there is no real poverty in Western European and North American societies, material considerations play less a role there than in any Third World country.
The degree to which a man’s sexual market value is determined by his economic means is much greater in countries where a large number of families struggle to make ends meet.
In many Third World societies, it is common for the most beautiful local women to have a Western boyfriend or husband, and even those Western men who can’t compete well in their own societies will have no ranking problem in Third World societies.
Is it sensible to participate in the courting game in Western Europe or North America if the rules in Third World societies are much more in favor of men, especially men from Western Europe and North America? Is it worthwhile to spend one’s resources in the rich countries of Western Europe and North America when the same economic means catapult a man into the top 1 percent of all contenders in a Third World country?
For a practical man, the answer must be no.