Women like to look at large penises—it is hardwired. It’s a secondary sexual characteristic for humans, just like big antlers or dark lion manes or big peacock tails. I think that’s pretty clear looking at the difference between human penis size and other primate penis size.
On the other hand, I strongly suspect baldness is another secondary sexual characteristic. Big antlers and dark manes have been found to predict sperm health. DHT improves sperm health in men, and DHT also causes baldness. It’s just a hypothesis of mine, but when you consider there’s no earthly survival reason for male baldness, also that it served to show off the large human forebrain, I think it’s pretty clear. Subhuman hominids and humans coexisted for a very very long time. Baldness would have been a way of showing off clearly human characteristics.
I know it’s farfetched, but if I’m right about that, I think it’s clear that evolutionary hardwiring only goes so far in sexual attraction. And that Rogaine and hairpieces are men sawing off their antlers :chuckle:
I think it's the woman's job to tighten up to fit her man--it's lots easier for us.