They then rated each prospective partner on 10-point scales for intelligence and attractiveness, before stating if they would meet the person again.The study found that women, of course, valued a man’s attractiveness.OPINION: Smart women can't find men to impregnate them, the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology conference in Geneva has been told.Professor Marcia Inhorn, a researcher from Yale, said female graduates were freezing their eggs due to a "dearth of educated men to marry", and that this "man deficit" was worse in countries where more women attended university.“I think I need to defend European women against men like you.” Korwin-Mikke once told The Observer newspaper that women’s attitudes are influenced by the men they sleep with — because semen “penetrates the tissue.” The pol — who leads a marginal party — has shoved his foot in his mouth before.Last year, he lost 10 days of attendance allowances of more than ,000 and was suspended for five days for comparing Europe’s influx of migrants to “excrement.” In October 2015, he was suspended for 10 days for making a Nazi salute during a debate on plans for standardized ticketing on trips across EU borders.But they did not discount intelligence; they would meet an intelligent man for a second time, even if he were not attractive. If a woman were average in appearance, her high intelligence had no effect on whether he would meet her a second time.
I can, however, relate to the difficulties faced by smart women in the dating scene.While speaking in the European Union's lawmaking body Wednesday, MP Janusz Ryszard Korwin-Mikke defended the pay gap between working women and men. Because they are weaker, they are smaller, they are less intelligent. That's all," he continued before sitting down, smiling."Do you know how many women are in the first hundred [class] of chess players? Korwin-Mikke's remarks were met with audible gasps and looks of disgust in the Brussels, Belgium, chamber.Korwin-Mikke, who opposed the measure, raised his hand in salute and said: “Ein Reich, ein Volk, ein Ticket” — a play on the Nazi-era slogan “Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuehrer” (One People, one Empire, one Leader).He also has used the n-word during a speech in reference to a policy of President John Kennedy.