4. Beautiful Women and Their Beautiful Daughters by BoomerYearbook.com

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Baby boomers will be interested to learn that beautiful women are getting even more beautiful, according to psychological articles by researchers into genetics and the effects of the changing World environment on the way human beings evolve.

According to evolutionary psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa, of the London School of Economics, good looking and sexy ladies have more children, unsurprisingly, probably because men would rather go to bed with a woman who is attractive than waste their affections on someone with less palatable looks. Lady baby boomers with good looks that have lasted well into their forties will be more likely to become pregnant simply because they will be offered more frequent opportunities for sex: it figures.

Even more interesting, however, is that these ladies are producing more daughters than sons. In fact, beautiful women are 26% less likely to have sons than daughters. The daughters favor their mother’s looks and so the pattern of pretty women is repeated, and so more and more beautiful women are appearing.

Annoyingly, men’s looks seem to be irrelevant: as according to psychological articles good looks make no difference to the number of children they produce and so evolution is little affected by their appearance.
In men, by contrast, good looks appear to count for little, with handsome men being no more successful than others in terms of numbers of children. This means there has been little pressure for men’s appearance to evolve.

Beautiful women do seem to produce beautiful children and especially beautiful daughters: Ivana Trump; Bianca Jagger; Goldie Hawn; Joan Collins – all have produced beautiful daughters and the beautiful daughters now seem to be in the process of producing even more beautiful daughters… For the sake of illustrating the point, celebrities with a collection of beautiful daughters might only produce one son with insignificant looks and lower intelligence than his sisters (with the certain exception of the Baldwin baby boomers who are all quite tasty and the Douglas dynasty of baby boomers who produce sexy sons regularly- every twenty years or so)

As the World gets better looking, a few unfortunates continue to scare the horses, which is just as well for the survival of certain professions, notably the cosmetic surgeons, dermatologists, beauticians, and stylists whose role is to primp; trim; tuck and suck us into conformity and make us all look exactly like Angelina or Demi or Paris (okay, perhaps not Paris…)

It seems unfair that so many beautiful women are blessed with attributes that single them out as exceptionally endowed, with gorgeous legs; glossy hair; pert breasts and perfect skin, while other women have absolutely no redeeming “cosmetic” features and struggle through life with frizzy hair; buck teeth; hairy legs and acne. Ah but maybe evolution has taken the problem in hand as “unattractive” women seem to be a dying breed…., And since psychological articles continue to observe that women’s looks affect their ability to achieve, both professionally and personally, perhaps it is just as well that we ladies are becoming better looking as the years go by.

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