this is a theory that just stands alone for me at least, I don't need proof to know it's correct. I just know in my soul it's true.Finally I'm happy to say I have evidence to support @KhhvForEternity's theory of face importance.
In long-term relationships both sexes place a huge importance on the partner's facial attractiveness. Pretty face = happy relationship,
ugly face = no relationship!
Mate preferences have been well studied in social and evolutionary psychology. In two studies (N = 490), using two different measurement techniques, we examined mate preferences for the body and the face in the context of other traits. Results replicated prior research on mate preferences across...www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
"Ratings of facial attractiveness were a better predictor than ratings of bodily attractiveness of the rating given to images of the face and body combined."
"Interestingly, the body was relatively more important in male ratings of female images under the short-term condition compared with the long-term condition. The effect of facial attractiveness was relatively constant under both conditions."
A number of traits have been proposed to be important in human mate choice decisions. However, relatively little work has been conducted to determine …www.sciencedirect.com
"You're only as pretty as you feel: Facial expression as a determinant of physical attractiveness." In other words, besides overt healthfulness, a contented face is a more attractive face and sad or stressed looking faces are unattractive and undesirable.
Mating Strategies and the Masculinity Paradox: How Relationship Context, Relationship Status, and Sociosexuality Shape Women's Preferences for Facial Masculinity and Beardedness
Mating Strategies and the Masculinity Paradox: How Relationship Context, Relationship Status, and Sociosexuality Shape Women's Preferences for Facial Masculinity and Beardedness - PubMedAccording to the dual mating strategy model, in short-term mating contexts women should forego paternal investment qualities in favor of mates with well-developed secondary sexual characteristics and dominant behavioral displays. We tested whether this model explains variation in women's...www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Sex significantly increases testosterone and athletic performance
This article will examine the latest research on sexual practice and its application within the context of an athletic training program...www.bodybuilding.com
"among individuals, ages 18–24, 54% reported ever having casual sex and 39% reported having had casual sex during the last two years; (Lyons et al. 2013).... examining a sample of undergraduates (N = 12,925), found that 67% of sexually active college seniors had casual sex. "