At 10/4/12 08:04 PM, Luis wrote:
Yeah it does make no sense. So eye color and hair color somehow determine how sexually adventurous someone is? A color? Really?
Eye and hair color of females are one of the few attributes that directly contribute to how desirable a woman is. Generally, a higher proportion of men prefer these recessive, less frequent traits like blonde hair and blue eyes, etc.
That being said, since most men seem to prefer these types of women, do brunettes adjust behaviorally to compete with these physically more desirable women? That is already the question, we already know that most of all brunettes actually dye their hair to these blonde, red, or black colors. This is an example of a physical adaptation to compete with naturally blonde, red, black haired females.
Once again, we already know brunettes dye their hair and wear colored contacts, but it is correct to say that most brunettes will alter their behavior to outcompete the more desirable (blondes, reds, etc..) women?
Keep in mind, this isn't generally referring to white brunettes globally, but to the most frequently appearing eye and hair color phenotype within a region. For example, Germany may have a higher proportion of blonde haired, blue eyed women to the rest of the population of German women. Would we expect behavioral adaptations among blondes (the most frequently occurring phenotype in Germany) within this population as well?