One of my most vivid memories is the night before my first day of kindergarten.My dad sat me down and said it’s more important for me to be smart and nice to people than it is to be pretty or popular.With our current lifestyle there is very little time for dating, starting a long-term relationships and marriage.Our site provides an opportunity for single men and women to date meet and ultimately take their relationship further.It’s for the woman looking to find love, get over a breakup or understand men just a little bit more.
But for Lulu, the new social networking app that allows women to rank and review their male Facebook friends and former flings, those are the first three categories in an algorithm that gives men a score from 1-10. The concept of ranking a guy by a number may sound petty, but a 10 on Lulu is the whole package, because frankly, apart from casual hookups, that’s how women pick their suitors. And that brings us to Adam Levine and the over-the-top Internet outrage over the Maroon 5 frontman’s being named People’s Sexiest Man Alive.
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For example, if Joseph Gordon-Levitt, well known for his starring role in “500 Days of Summer,” were declared Sexiest Man Alive, would there be as much backlash? He may not look like a model, but he’s charming and his sweet-guy public image suggests that he calls his mother on Sundays.
Whereas Adam Levine told Women’s Health “Let’s face it, I only practice yoga because the classes are always packed with beautiful women.” He was joking, but still, those things matters in the way women assess men. Research shows that when women are looking for a mate, they tend to be pickier since they bear the greater parental investment.