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The Mathematics of Beauty

Andrew
November 28, 2011
The other day I was reading the blog for OKCupid.com (which is extremely interesting by the way, I highly recommend it) and came across a study that, based on a large data set, concluded a point I made in a post about male taste and female attractiveness. While I won't pretend that I am being humble about the affirmation, I still think it is worthwhile noting it here, in case there were any cynics:


Sounds pretty comparable. For those of you that didn't read the original post on here, the implication is that you shouldn't be concerned if a particular guy seems more interested in your seemingly better-looking friend, or even is a guy makes an unfavorable comment about your looks, because other men you are interested in may very well consider you beautiful. While there are limits to this phenomenon (e.g. a two on a particular guy's ten point scale is essentially ugly to everyone), there is a suprising variance in male opinion when it comes to feminine attractiveness.

Anyway, check out the OKCupid article, it's a good read. Here is the link: http://blog.okcupid.com/index.php/the-mathematics-of-beauty/

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