Permit me to draw an image. I will accept that everybody is hetero and in balanced relationships (e.g., not polygamous relationships), that there's a similar number of people, that they wed at a similar rate, that there's a similar per cent of appealing ladies as alluring men, and that the appealing individuals of every sexual orientation wed at a similar rate. I'll manage these suppositions later. Here's a diagram addressing wedded individuals that I've tone coded for simplicity of elaboration.
For each appealing lady that weds an alluring man, an appealing man weds an alluring lady. Accordingly (with the prior expressed suspicions), the recurrence of alluring ladies wedding appealing men must equal the recurrence of alluring men wedding alluring ladies. That is PINK = PINK.
The recurrence of alluring ladies wedding ugly men = the recurrence of appealing men wedding ugly ladies. That is GREEN = BLUE.
Appealing men and alluring ladies don't wed at a similar rate. (Ok, here is a flimsy spot! All together for alluring ladies to wed ugly men [GREEN] at a higher rate than appealing men wed ugly ladies [BLUE], alluring men would have been getting hitched at lower rates than appealing ladies. To be noticeable/self-evident, it would need to be a beautiful significant contrast. I can't preclude this. Be that as it may, at that point the solution to your inquiry has nothing to do with what individuals search for in a mate and has an inseparable tie to an undersupply of appealing men who need to wed. Likewise, it would still mean that lovely ladies are similarly prone to wed appealing men as alluring men are to wed pretty ladies (which, in another remark, you said wasn't the situation). PINK approaches PINK.)
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