> > then become a visual enticement. I might add here that most women
> > are far more attracted to someone who has style than a pretty face.
And appreciation of "style" is less superficial and primal than the appreciation of pretty faces? I think not. They're all evaluation criteria, the "style" amounting to a good social "dance", which reflects the equally important internal abilities.
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