Personality is largely determined by looks. Good looking males get positive feedback from social interactions, which encourages them to socialize more, and as a result they develop good personalities. Good looking people are also perceived to have a better personality and to be wittier. Ugly males, on the other hand, get negative feedback from social interactions, which makes them introverted and shy which is very unattractive to women.
Research shows that men with psychopathic traits (in laymen's terms called bad boys) are more attractive to women than those who don't.
How personality matters[edit | edit source]
The importance of personality can be easily assessed as follows:
Good personalities[edit | edit source]
Epithet chart[edit | edit source]
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Biological essentialism • Eugenics • Anti-Environmentalism • Traditional conservatism • Fatalism • Blackpill • Scientific Blackpill • Scientific Blackpill (Supplemental) • Behavioral sink • Hypergamy • Matthew effect • Beauty • Fisherian runaway • Dominance hierarchy • Intrasexual competition • J. D. Unwin • Sexual sublimation • Female subordination • Online dating • Physiognomy • Personality
Cope or rope • Cope • Lay down and rot • Inbreeding depression • Outbreeding depression • Mutation • Atavism • Reproductive success • Demographics of inceldom • Causes of inceldom • Adverse effects of inceldom • Evolutionary mismatch • Behavioral sink