Sexual selector

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A sexual selector is someone who has the most decision power who they want to date rather than doing the proposing. The sexual selector is more choosy and does more of the sexual selection. Usually the females are more sexual selectors because they have more parental investment (Bateman's principle). As a result, women have reproduced around twice as often. Since women sexually initiate less, have a lower sex drive and a greater fear of sex with unfamiliar men, they end up dating up and decide most matters in dating due to the principle of least interest (Briffault's law).

15% of responders on ForeverAlone thought that women could only be involuntary celibate "in extenuating circumstances such as deformity, disability, and severe mental health issues." In the western world, increasingly, men are opting out of freemixing with women.

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