Sep 30, 2012 at 05:32PM EDT
That doesn’t consider my own coined concept and term of socioromanticism, where one’s structural settings, perception of their “romantic stock,” and others’ perception of their appeal though.
For example, I’d theorize that a generally considered unattractive (e.g. physically, emotionally, mentally, in deviations from the norm) would be more likely to date various people with various different attributes than a person who is generally considered attractive. A person who hasn’t had as in getting into relationships (i.e. an indication that they are not desirable) would be more likely to not care about how good a person person looks or how mentally stable they are. …I should write a theoretical framework for that one day.
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