I have to agree on this one with blackg. I think people like blackg are good for this forum. I hate his trolling about Muslims but he gives the forum a bit of a very different view, which sometimes is the right one like in this case.blackg wrote: ↑1 year agoThis photo means nothing and it has been posted many times as an example of how women act around good looking men.
The reason this photo generates so much anxiety is because of the unfortunate moment it was taken.
The Princess, I forget her name, is desperately trying to brush the hair away from her face so as not to cause an embarrassing photo-op for the daily tabloids to eat up while she meets the Canadian prime minister.
The fact that she looks submissive at this particular time has more to do with her anxiety about her hair and the fact that she is meeting a head of state than any kind of fawning over another male.
We can analyse the whole relationship between the royal couple and how status and money, plays a big role in why she got married and that both of those are very attractive attributes to some extent that would be more in fairness to the picture. But Admin @Admin just simply 1 to 1 compared 2 different blokes and because one is objective (but realistically he is more attractive) more attractive and she is smiling at him, does mean her hypergamy kicks in. Her smile can mean anything. She chose the Prince for a reason. She likes the attention and the fame and that she can meet presidents, famous people. I do think she genuinely likes to be around "important" people and that's why she is smiling.
I have a personal story about this. I went to a Bar with my girlfriend and we took two seats right in front of the Bar. The barkeeper was genuinely good looking and very friendly. Not a douchebag Chad but more of a nice guy Chad and I "caught" my girlfriend a little bit of smiling when he mixed the drinks.
I was a bit upset and thought: "Jesus mate, Rollo Tomassi is right, all women are the same, hypergamy is even in a cute girl!". I just downed my drink and told her to change the Bar. Normally when I watch a movie and a girl told me XY is very attractive I responded: "I would suck his dick too" but if you see your girl smiling at another man in front of you (that is good looking) is just different and even the biggest Alpha bruh dude will question the situation.
Weeks later we went to an Indian restaurant. Our waitress was a girl with black hair and tattoos, the type of girl that I would have dated in the past and I caught myself be different to her. I smiled a bit more than usual and my girlfriend suddenly marked her territory (she kissed me right after in front of the waitress).
What I want to say about all this, we just act "positive" and friendly in front of what we think are good looking people. It's just basic human reactions.
As long as its without flirting or acting very very differently, I think its nothing to worry about. The only solution to this would be place your wives in burkas (you would love that blackg dont you). I heard about a study that said, babies, smile more at good-looking people. It also applies to famous/important people. I met once the guy that wrote the Screenplay to "Black Swan" on a movie festival and I talked to him. I didn't even see the movie but I caught myself smiling at him way-way more than usual.
Or maybe this all doesn't make sense and she just wants to bang Justin Trudeau #blackpilled.