May 26, 2018 9:48am CST
Even though there are beautiful or handsome men out there, women have always been considered the most beautiful and colorful of the sexes - but it is a bit different in the animal kingdom. Take a look at the lion for example - he is beautiful and magnificent, while the lioness is plain. Another example is the Peafowl. The peacock has the magnificent tail while the peahen has nothing in comparison. Can you think of any other plain female / beautiful male species of the animal kingdom? And while on the subject of beauty - would you feel comfortable if your other half is much more attractive than you are?
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• United States
I am always amazed by the beautiful red coloring of the male cardinal. The female may or may not have a tiny touch of red but typically they are a brown/tan color. It wouldn't bother me if my husband was more attractive than me as long as he is with me.
• United States
@Kandae11 Eh, that's a myth. Outward beauty doesn't fade. People may gain some wrinkles, age spots, whatever. But you can still see the beauty. A lot of females use that line, because they have this idea in their heads that they are not one of the lucky beautiful ones. So they say things like that to make themselves feel better. When really they are beautiful. The percentage of what people would call ugly is less than 1%.
• Manila, Philippines
A male and female deer. I am not sure if that is right but male deer or the buck has antlers, while the female deer or doe, has none. Well, I wouldnt mind if my husband is more attractive than me, as long as he is just mine.