While good looks definitely matter, confidence is also a huge part. Seriously, nobody else is going to think you look good unlessyouthink you look good. Being able to be outgoing and confident, not caring what others think, is way preferable to guys who are always hyper-aware of looking 'stupid' or will do rude things just to fit in with his friends. I've seen a lot of cases where guys who would otherwise be considered just average-looking rocketed to popularity by their confident and friendly attitude, while guys who were maybe more attractive but less confident were having more trouble. Just my two cents, as a girl.
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I don't think all women definitely want kids, but I do think every woman goes through a period in her life where the little nagging mothering instinct kicks in. While I'm sure there are many women out there who are more career focused or simply don't like the idea of taking care of kids, from an evolutionary standpoint all women are programmed to want to take care of something. Mostly this can be dealt with by getting a pet. Peron sally, I would never want children. They seem way too complicated, and giving birth is like "Ouch". Adoption, while nice, still leaves you with a little kid you gotta send to school and stuff.
I don't think it's an issue so long as they keep it covered. However, it has never been and never will be socially acceptable to whip the ladies out in public, and I think that should still apply weather they're breastfeeding or not. Also, I think that would be embarrassing. Like, hello; everyone can see. Most women wouldn't walk around topless, and so most women wouldn't indiscreetly breastfeed in public.