Talk:Life history

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Any empirical studies on this phenomenon?[edit source]

Exciting life history[edit source]

In a random international sample of 11,548 men confirmed to be biological fathers by DNA paternity testing, the oldest father was found to be 66 years old at the birth of his child.[1] Therefore the higher a fathers age is over the age of 66 the more likely he is to have been cucked. The old fathers less than age 66 at the birth of their child are disproportionately rich and or high status compared to old men in general.

Notably, very old men that were neither rich nor good looking, have still been able to reproduce simply by having an exciting life history. These men are always famous/infamous/prolific/extraordinary in some attractive way other than looks or money, and age seems to multiply the attractiveness of said attractive trait. For example, the infamous Aleister Crowley went bankrupt and had been spending three times his income for several years by the age of 60. Aleister went to court for his debts and there told his life story. Deidre Patricia Doherty was at the hearing and despite Aleister being 60 years old, and beyond flat broke, flat out told Aleister she wanted to have his baby. Aleister agreed and in May 1937 their son Randall Gair, whom Crowley nicknamed Aleister Atatürk was born.[2]

Also Yoshie Shiratori was an infamous wrongly convicted criminal, whom escaped from prison 4 consecutive times. Later after actually serving out the full sentence of his 5th prison stint, Yoshie despite being poor and working odd jobs in 1971, at the age of 64, Yoshie met an unnamed woman and they had one son together.[3]

An exceptional life history and long list of accomplishments outside of looks and or money does equate to status, and is clearly super stimuli to women's brains. Mikey (talk) 17:52, 13 January 2020 (UTC)

The Antihero in Popular Culture: Life History Theory and the Dark Triad Personality Traits[edit source] Mikey (talk) 16:45, 26 January 2020 (UTC)