Cheerleader effect

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When viewed in your peripheral vision, the Spice Girls may seem “hot” to you. However, if you look closely you will see that none of the individual Spice Girls is physically attractive.

The cheerleader effect is the phenomenon where a group of girls might look drop-dead gorgeous, even though when viewed individually, none of the girls are that attractive.

When we look at a group of cheerleaders, we see a group of girls with light hair and tan skin - that’s hot. But when we look at them individually, we notice their facial imperfections and realize they are only of average attractiveness.

It has been proposed by some incels that there exists a male version of this phenomenon where the most attractive man in a group who has mogged the remainder of men in a group makes them be seen as less attractive; due to the female instinct of hypergamy.

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