Lovehunter #sexist thestudentroom.co.uk

Women get less attractive after 25 or 30, men get more attractive with age... watch this thread

As a guy gets older, his market value increases

As a girl ages, her market value decreases, and often fairly rapidly.

A woman's market value is at her highest between the ages of 16 and 25 (possibly up to 30 if she really takes care of herself and is lucky). During this age range, women are at their most attractive to men. They can rely on their looks and 'sexiness' to attract guys (and, often, manipulate men for their own gain).

As a women reaches 30 and beyond, her market value rapidly decreases and she becomes less attractive to men. Once she reaches the menopause, she's finished and no man wants her any more.

Contrast this with how men age and what ageing means to a man's market value....

A young guy in his late teens or 20s is not yet at his most attractive to women. He is still seen as a 'boy' and not a man yet.

As a man gets towards 30, his market value rapidly increases. He starts to look more manly in his appearance, and he starts to act more manly in his personality because he is maturing. Often, he has more career and financial success too. All these traits increase his market value and therefore his attractiveness towards women.

A guy in his 30s, 40s and 50s and sometimes even older can still be massively attractive to women and date women who are much, much younger than himself. But a woman in her 30s, 40s, 50s and over is going to find attracting a man much harder work.

See, women have the power when they're younger, but after 30 the power balance shifts rapidly and a women loses her seductive power, whereas a man GAINS his power.

There is a saying, 'Men age like fine wine, women age like milk'. It's so true!

This is why younger guys at uni find it hard to get laid, and the girls that age have tons of guys after them. The guys haven't yet reached their most attractive, and the girls are at their most attractive.

So yeah, this isn't a woman hating thread, it's just making people aware of the truth about age vs attractiveness.

To the girls here, do you worry about being over 25 or 30 and losing your 'seductive power'?

In a way I feel slightly sorry for women in that they have a shorter time frame in which to attract a mate, which only adds to their pressure. Lucky I'm a guy, we have a much wider window and we age better. It's just the way nature is though.

@LifeMathMoney and @BrizGz #sexist twitter.com



Men age like wine, women age like milk.

If you're a man - things get better as you get older.

Women peak early, men peak later.

23 year old women are at the top of their SMV.
23 year old men are just starting their ascent.



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In most cases yes. Some women can preserve better than others though. But men get more attractive as they get older because they sort out their finances, get more status, dress better, stronger, fitter, carry themselves better etc

Julián Yo #sexist youtube.com

We value youth and beauty. That means that you have fertile eggs. We are not interested in your mind or your money. That's irrelevant. And if you have a high sausage count, that lowers your value a lot.

You are high value between the ages from 18 to 25. From 25 on, you start losing value because your looks start to fade and your eggs start to dry. Sheng nu. We don't want 30 year old broads. Especially if they have children and a high body count. There's no such thing as a 30-40 year old high value woman.

Manuel Garoffsen #sexist quora.com

Unfortunately, that's not so the case with women who are 24 or older. Without being rich, they cannot afford the necessities to be or remain attractive after 24, and said necessities of attractiveness include cosmetic surgery, expensive skincare and makeup products, and gym memberships, all of which are far out of reach for the middle class person. This ultimately means that women who are 24 or older and aren't rich are doomed to be overweight/obese, man-faced, short-haired and/or extremely wrinkly and old-looking. You'd be forgiven for thinking that a woman over 24 you met was a man.
With so much influence that feminists have, of course men are going to be forced to realize that all the attractive women they they met are only attractive because said women are in the 18–23 range and that they will be ugly once they turn 24 (unless said women are multimillionaires, but then these men will never be able to even talk to them unless said men are multimillionaires as well).

Anonymous #fundie gotquestions.org

If we needed to know more about the demons, the Bible would have told us. Complicated mythologies about spirit beings and their hierarchy are, in the end, nothing more than products of the human imagination, possibly influenced by demons

Jamie Gooch #fundie onlysky.media

With the release of Hocus Pocus 2 coming up I would be wrong not to sound the alarm and warn you to protect your children. After all the whole movie is based on harvesting the purity of children’s souls so that witches may live on. Hocus Pocus by definition means “meaningless talk or activity, often designed to draw attention away from and disguise what is actually happening:”

What is actually happening when we watch these films? What are we subjecting are minds to? What are we welcoming into the homes of our families?

I’ll try to be brief, Please hear me when I tell you the truth that the Witches and Warlocks in the satanic church abuse and sacrifice children in their “spiritual rituals” to gain more power in the underworld.

So before you hit play on the night of the premier of this movie please ask yourself if not only your mind but your children’s minds are strong enough to ward off the hypnotization and bewitching trance that will be coming through the screen to aid in the desensitization of the coming evil in this world. Don’t fall victim to the schemes of hell.

Jamie Gooch #fundie variety.com

Texas mother Jamie Gooch has gone viral after warning parents about the danger of letting their children watch “Hocus Pocus 2,” which started streaming Sept. 30 on Disney+. The film finds Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy reprising their roles as the Sanderson sisters, a trio of child-hungry witches. Gooch first warned parents about the film on social and then joined CBS’ local Texas affiliate KWTX for a now-viral interview.

“A worst case scenario is: you unleash hell on your kids and in your home,” Gooch said. “The whole movie is based on witches harvesting children for blood sacrifices.”

“Do not watch this film,” she continued. “Everybody thinks it’s fake and innocent, but they could be casting any type of spell that they want to, anything could be coming through that TV screen into your home.”

Gooch explained that her family has “not participated in Halloween in about four or five years” because “the thought of exposing [her] kids to darkness” pains her. Gooch’s warning goes beyond just “Hocus Pocus 2,” as she thinks all parents need to be mindful of what media their children are consuming.

“I think it goes further than just a movie, it goes further than Halloween, it’s a year-round thing, we constantly need to be cautious of what we’re consuming, what we’re bringing in and what we’re sending out,” Gooch said. “I believe whatever comes in our TV screens: there are things attached to that, I’ve seen for myself the things that I’ve watched with my eyes or heard over a TV screen, they’ve become manifested in real life, and then I think ‘oh my gosh, what did I consume?’”

Disney announced earlier this week that “Hocus Pocus 2” set a new record at Disney+ as the most watched original film during its first three days of release. Gooch’s viral interview has spawned many spoofs across social media, including one from comedian Blaire Erskine that earned 2.7 million views and counting on Twitter.