Tits and ass are great, but how hard can it be to make women feel like they can be beautiful without them?
Question submitted by portraitofamind
Whenever I go to the university library, I bring a bunch of textbooks with me, open them up, and make a pseudo-fort around me.
I do this because I have low self-esteem, and I imagine that other people are admiring me from afar.
“He’s the sort of intellectual I would like to have intercourse with,” the cute Asian girl seems to say to her friend.
“I am not as profound as you,” the pimply girl with the ponytail will think to herself.
Here’s the thing.
They aren’t saying any of these things.
They haven’t even noticed me.
There’s a concept in social psychology called the Spotlight Effect. According to Wikipedia, it is the “tendency to believe that other people are paying closer attention to one’s appearance and behavior than they really are”.
Let me explain by giving you an example. You’re wearing a Bob Marley shirt to an anti-marijuana convention. You will think that everyone is staring at you and looking at your shirt, when, in reality, very few do.
The same thing holds true with “tits and asses”, however great.
Women love to think that the only requirement men have for a viable sexual candidate is having tits and an ass. While this benchmark may be true for teenage men, this is not true for mature men.
We look for (the list includes, but is not limited to):
- Positive attitudes towards anal.
- Willingness to try out sexual position found on Urban Dictionary.
- Sense of Humor.
- Joie de vivre.
- Lack of passing judgement on my penis size.
The list goes on. My point is that men aren’t so shallow, and that tits are just a bonus. If you have a good personality, you look beautiful all of the time.
Caveat: if you look like a whale we won’t want to fuck you, unless we like that, in which case, cheers.