Let's face it. All love is selfish. In other words, nobody dates women as volunteer work - we do so to find someone that satisfies our needs. A lot of people believe in true love (which is false, it's not like you dated every women and picked your favorite). Love is a marketplace - maybe you never met your ideal woman and dont even know. You just settled for what's available. The point is, the whole true love emotional aspect is trash.
There are outliers everywhere, but attraction can be boiled down fairly objectively. There are fairly widely accepted concepts of a guys perfect body, size of his d*ck, income range (six figures plus) and not being an a**hole. So is there like an accounting equation to keep everything in balance? Like, let's say you're a bit shorter than 6"00, how much money per year do you need to make to compensate for that?
Love to hear any thoughts