(Time) Study: Pretty People Are More Selfish
For those blessed with good looks, it’s “my way or the highway.” And what a beautiful highway it is. (via Guardian)
New research suggests that people with symmetrical facial features tend to be selfish and are less likely to cooperate with others. Facial symmetry is believed to have a large hand in how people perceive aesthetic beauty and physical attractiveness.
For these reasons, The Guardian reports that Kate Moss, George Clooney, Natalie Portman and other people famous for being beautiful might not be “perfect life partners.” (As if we even had a chance.)