Dating creative types
Rather, the findings also suggest the effects of creativity "tend to be stronger for people with average-looking faces than people with very good-looking faces," Watkins told Live Science.In addition, in some cases, the men got a larger boost in their attractiveness from being creative than women did, according to the study, which was published Wednesday (April 19) in the journal Royal Society Open Science.“Tinder lets everyone in, so you have to swipe through an amazing amount of garbage to find someone in your bracket,” Alan said, applying sunscreen to his nose.
Obviously, part of the reason we all want to be successful is so we can fuck better people. But to institutionalize sex-as-networking is pretty disturbing.
Watkins also found, unexpectedly, that creativity made women with average-looking photos even less attractive, and didn't boost the attractiveness of women who were already considered good-looking.