Emphatically shoulder-to-waist ratio is the biggest indicator of female sexual attraction. Naturally you want broad shoulders and a slim waist. If you have these characteristics, you honestly don't need to be facially attractive (although obviously it doesn't do any harm). Forget about height. Forget about having hair or otherwise. You don't even need to be muscular. It's the main characteristic that will determine your sexual attractiveness.
There are literally hundreds of links supporting this on the 'net, but here are five for starters:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... p-man.html
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cu ... attractive
http://www.stuffmomnevertoldyou.com/blo ... male-body/
http://www.businessinsider.com/what-mak ... 013-2?IR=T
I just want to point out a few key aspects from these articles. Firstly...
That shouldn't need any comment, but guys who are in the gym every moment God sends pumping iron are wasting their time. You just need to be reasonably lean. You don't even really need to be muscular.Scientific research, though, has discovered that men overestimate the degree of muscularity that women find attractive, assuming they need to pump iron and sport a honed six-pack to be attractive.
Images of muscle-bound men have almost certainly fostered men's misperception of what women find most sexually attractive - just as photo spreads of impossibly thin models have led women to overestimate the degree of thinness that men find most attractive.
One study compared the muscularity of men's bodies in Cosmopolitan magazine (whose readership is 89 per cent women) with Men's Health (whose readership is 85 per cent men).
The level of muscularity in Cosmopolitan was nearly identical to that which women rate as ideal in a sexual partner. Men, in contrast, mistakenly believe women desire a more muscular sex partner, which corresponds more closely with the muscularity of men in Men's Health.
In other words, there are deep-rooted genetic reasons why women are attracted to this body type. Today, there is no objective reason for it, but it's part of our collective DNA now. As confirmed here:For men, according to evolutionary theory, the android body shape with greater musculature on the upper body and a narrow pelvis with little waist is associated with higher testosterone and good health. This is the classic “V-shaped” body, and men with this type are seen as more dominant.
This is particularly enlightening:It has been suggested that this v-shaped torso represents a muscular, strong body type that would be an advantage in our ancestral environment and therefore be sexually selected...
Note that this desirable v-shape is 13 times more attractive than a big dick, and 14 times more attractive than height according to this survey.Back broadness, or just how wide that V-back sprawls, accounts for over 79 percent of the variability in women’s attractiveness rating. Penis length and height, meanwhile, were responsible for 6 percent and 5 percent, respectively.
So it's interesting to note that two of the most prominently promoted aspects of male appearance that women are supposed to go for actually count for very little. Muscularity is pretty meaningless, and actually mainly a male obsession. And height is only of marginal importance. This makes sense if you think about it. The average female is about 5'3 - 5'4, so virtually every man is taller than her anyway.
The five main arbiters of male sexual attractiveness are as follows:
(i) V-shaped torso;
(ii) Social status;
(iv) If you get to be 'famous' then that will increase your sexual attractiveness ten-fold, but this is really related to social status;
(v) I suppose when you're younger if you seem like a cool, fun, popular person it might count for something, but only stupid, young, impressionable women really care about this. If you want to spend all your time with the intellectual pondlife of our society, good luck to you, but anyone with an adequate number of brain cells will see through this easily, and most women grow out of this rapidly.
You can probably improve your chances fractionally by being particularly charming and / or funny, but this will ultimately have minimal impact.
Anyone you can name that either makes women swoon in large numbers, or goes through sexual partners like sex is going out of fashion, or both, will have two or more of the top four characteristics. If you have none of them, attracting the opposite sex will be a constant struggle whatever you do.
The good news is that anyone reading this with relatively broad shoulders, no matter what physical shape they are in, has potential. I've been in good shape all my life, in fact I was actually a gifted athlete when I was younger, but I've always been a skinny runt, and this causes me massive problems. I have had to rely on wealth.
But if you're not a skinny runt like me then you can make yourself attractive to women. You don't need to be a bodybuilder, in fact that's a turn-off for many women. You just need to be in shape, and have a good ratio between shoulder and waist width. If you can achieve this, you are almost guaranteed to attract women.
If you're skinny like me, tough shit! Work on your career.
Sorry for the long post, but as I said here:
Modern society has destroyed our attention spans, that's why we're getting closer and closer to Idiocracy despite living in an incredible information age.