When women were the ones choosing, the more intelligence and ambition the men had, the better.So, yes, the stereotypes appear to be true: We males are a gender of fragile egos in search of a pretty face and are threatened by brains or success that exceeds our own.Doctors marry doctors, lawyers marry lawyers, and economists marry economists, probably not because they actually prefer to do so, but because those are the people they meet in daily life.The same may be true of the tendency to marry someone of one's own race or religion.
Each event had between 10 and 20 daters of each gender, and in the course of the evening, every man met every woman and vice versa.
There are, of course, the answers that get regular reinforcement: Men value looks; women value brains, money, and success.
But do these old-fashioned stereotypes continue to hold today (if they were true to begin with)?
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