Because you don't have sex with a persons mind or personality.
It seems to me that looks are almost entirely in the eye of the beholder, so it doesn't really matter anyway. A person might consider themselves physically unattractive, but the truth is that they will be very attractive to some and not to others. The same is true in reverse. That's why, Elephant Man-style extremes aside, it's usually better to focus on your personality and the way you act in social situations and let the physical chips fall where they may.
Are we talking "beautiful hearts"?
I disagree. Have you ever tried being in a relationship with someone whose only quality was looks? It's impossible. Personality goes a loooooong way and I'd personally be willing to compromise if it meant getting someone with a great personality and a great connection. <br />
Obviously, looks count as well and they are the most easy quality to establish. So, people tend to start from that.
Because (condition of) the heart is not visible like the looks.<br />
It is not unusual to go by what is visible.
Pretty much everyone is shallow and wants the perfect sexual partner, but they still want a person that treats them right as well, even if they don't do the same. And when they can't find anyone who has both those qualities, they compromise by either finding someone with the latter and/or having continuous romantic affairs.
Well most of us are visual creatures. It's usually the physical appearance that attracts us first. Then possibly, all the love stuff comes sometime after that. And in time the physical appearance will no longer matter. Unless the person is a douche .. Lol
initially we find good looking pplattractive to the eye but at the end of the day its how youget on with someone
ever heard the ex<x>pression "do what i say, not what i do"
This is simply human nature. You get attracted to something se'xy. Then personalty comes in second, Who would want to **** a mad mutant? nobody
Because people lie all the time, some pathologically.
But mostly to be polite or politically correct, from worry of what others might think.