>>88992994>women find the vast majority of men ugly.
Sort of. It's more complex than that.
Men's perception of attractiveness is mostly visual, like looking at a photo or statue, and judging it purely by the aesthetics. They still take other factors into account, but not as much as women do.
Women's perception of attractiveness is highly contextual. Show a picture of a man to a randomly selected sample of women, and ask them to rank him on attractiveness. The rankings will vary wildly if you add a story about the guy along with the picture. "he's in debt", or "he's a garbage man", or "he's a single dad raising a 5 year old girl", or "he's a billionaire", etc. Men's rankings of women will also change with the story, but not nearly as much as women's rankings do.
The most important context affecting women's perception of attractiveness is social standing. So SVTFOE is pretty accurate to have Marco snowball from no love interests to many love interests. More than almost any other quality (wealth, athleticism, career, kindness, intelligence, humor, etc.), the fact that other women like a guy makes him more attractive.