on view for the next two years -- the exhibit presents developed iterations of previously-featured artworks as well as an immense new installation, spread across »on view for the next two years -- the exhibit presents developed iterations of previously-featured artworks as well as an immense new installation, spread across 10,000 square exhibit features a collection of installations, a sequence of interactive rooms, and well-known snarkitecture environments that further delve in to the »the exhibit features a collection of installations, a sequence of interactive rooms, and well-known snarkitecture environments that further delve in to the prolific activities of the studio.senju is commonly referred to as one of the masters of 'nihonga painting, a style which emphasizes traditional japanese methods and materials.senju is commonly referred to as one of the masters of 'nihonga painting, a style which emphasizes traditional japanese methods and materials.Christina Aguilera's Rubenesque physique could pay off in a huuuuge way -- TMZ has learned she's been offered MILLION to be the face of a dating website for "big and beautiful" women.But therein lies the rub: how does he know which women are "right"?
The average male who is old enough and mature enough to want to marry has realized that sex is not always a triumph.I'm not saying he is sexually insecure: indeed, with the right woman he may be easygoing, studly and confident.We will take a clear-eyed look at that question, and maybe we will find that the truth has some redeeming qualities. They don't proceed in a politically correct, enlightened way to select a woman. Evolution wants the mating process to succeed, and so it makes sure that men home in on that which will be conducive to success, regardless of how unrefined this strategy may be. "Well, it's because the genes that triggered that kind of behaviour had the best chance of survival down through the ages, until all the men who were left had those genes." In other words, an obsession with reproduction leads to a better reproductive score . Right online.) Now let us ask, what are men looking for? If you're feeling cynical, your answer may be, "Cameron Diaz." Or if you happen to look like Cameron Diaz, your equally discouraged answer may be "Kiera Knightly." But this is so wrong it is laughable. A face that strikes one man as masculine may seem feminine to another. Men -- regardless of their conscious attitude to having kids--are designed to look for good reproducers; a low waist-to-hip ratio of around .70 signifies "likely to be a success at bearing children." (Larger waists relative to the hips have been linked to lower estrogen levels, less body fat available to sustain pregnancy and lower fertility.) And in both sexes, facial beauty is associated with grace, intelligence, popularity and, in general, fitness for survival.The first thing we need to face about men is this: they are animals. They may end up valuing her for the "right" things, the things she wants to be valued for. But no matter how strange men are, if you're a woman who wants to meet the right man, you have to clue in to how men think. Men's eyes are always wandering, seeking out that which they could and would impregnate. Shameful attraction Men are, in the first place, looking for "attractive." Now what on earth does that mean? A face that strikes Tom as sexy may look shallow to Harry. So forget about how superficial men may be and realize that they, like you, are hard-wired in mysterious ways, which may or may not be as shallow as you think.What we're talking about is, how do men pick out which women they are going to try for. All this may strike the sensitive, intelligent woman as superficial, even offensive. "True beauty is on the inside," women cry out from the salons of the world.
Nor am I condoning, excusing or endorsing men's methods. "Besides," I hear them say, "we women are forgiving of men's looks -- why can't men return the favour?
With certain people, something about the face feels familiar, even familial. On some level, quite possibly unconscious, he (or his genes) are trying to decide, could this person be a lover or is she just a potential friend?
Many people strike us as somehow alien; but some faces arouse in us a strange empathy from the first time we set eyes on them. If the answer comes up "lover," his charm will probably kick in, and there will be a lot of twinkling eyes and banter and smiling (read: spreading of plumage) that might not take place if his circuits decided on "friend." And how is the decision made?
So he tries to screen out anything that might lessen his prowess if a woman invites him to perform. When a man spies a woman who is really "his type" -- whatever this may be -- he thinks he has found someone whose sexual needs he could enthusiastically fulfill.
Shall we blame him for thinking this is good news for her too?
She also wants Christina to sing a jingle for the website.