The problem is that a lot of women (particularly feminists) seem to define themselves *solely* by their looks instead of pursuing other avenues of personal identity such as... compelling hobbies (sexual or otherwise), sports and areas of expertise.
Yes, this is what I'm getting at - women (most, if not almost all women) go along with the notion that their looks define them. Interestingly, the more attractive women (to me, at least) have an extra dimension to them - they're beyond sheer physical attraction - they have an aura of personality about them - a confidence - that springs from something other than looks - simply, it's their personality!!!!!!! Did I just say a woman's personality can be attractive? I did!!! It's true - it's a much overlooked thing. But a vital thing. An attractive thing. A sense of humour. An act of kindness. A display of intelligence. A personality. It works girls, believe this man.