Some guys also look better with beards, or some facial hair, and some don't. To each their own!
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To give you another example, I think more masculine men (more testosterone, more muscle, more dominance) will have a higher preference for bigger, curvier women than men who are less masculine.
nah, you can't prove causation unless you have a double blind study, which would be impossible in this case. so nyah!
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As for your example about more masculine men preferring bigger, curvier women, I've certainly seen many examples of couples that would contradict that (smaller guys with bigger women, big guys with smaller women). Sure there are probably many examples that DO illustrate it, but I can bet if you look around you'll see a lot that don't.
There are also many, MANY other characteristics that people look for in a partner.
I'm much more inclined to think that it's simply a fashion thing, with beards or clean-shavenness coming in and out of fashion. Late 1800s--beards are totally in. Early 1900s--beards are out, until about the 60s, when hippies started wearing them, then later in the 70s they got a little more mainstream and were adopted by some of the musical set, then I think the 80s and 90s were a pretty clean-shaven couple of decades, and now in the 2000s beards are getting very mainstream and lots of young guys are sporting facial hair (which benefits me personally since I have a bit of a baby face and my beard makes me look older/manlier). Obviously some individuals will buck whatever the trend is, and some women will love them for it, in any time period, but you see a lot more beards on young professionals today than you would have in the 50s, that's for sure, and it's not because beards evolved to be sexier since 60 years ago...
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