However, impressions are made not just by the way we look, and personality plays a much bigger role in attraction than you may possibly imagine.It is estimated that only 6% – 11% of people fall in love at first sight.There is nothing wrong with me medically, I just have early male-pattern baldness. I tend to think that I would be a good catch otherwise.I'm smart, have a bachelor's degree, good job, make good money, no criminal record or any red flags in my past. I have good friends and get along well with my family.
They were not classically handsome – in fact, many of them were fat and balding.The graph below shows the likelihood of a woman responding to a man by his age on First Met.com: Moral of the story: guys, don’t be afraid to approach a woman who’s a little older, you’re much more likely to get the reply you’re hoping for.A man’s chances of getting contacted online decline as his height decreases First analyzed over 250,000 interactions between its users to quantify how every inch increase in reported height impacts a male member’s likelihood of being contacted by a woman when she views his profile.Because of the pervasive belief that sperm is cheap and eggs are expensive – the idea that women grant sexual access only to those who offer the best “value” – they tend to focus on the most obvious aspects of what supposedly makes men attractive: looks and material wealth, with “status” following third.The problem is that they’re working on the wrong areas and a misunderstanding of just what makes somebody appealing to women. more often than not it’s not even in the top 5 of what makes a man attractive.