So a fundamental point of contention between my gf and I revolves around our respective actual/surmised attractiveness to others and how it relates to how we treat each other. My gf does have her insecurities, but being that she's grew into a c cup by age 11, and is an attractive redhead, she's admittedly had no issue attracting male attention her whole life. I point this out to her during heated arguments, as she has a tendency to drop the relationship over bomb to get her way. She says its just an argument tactic, I've implied perhaps she only feels comfortable doing so because she subconsciously knows that even in her current stagnant condition, she knows there's guys waiting in the wings should I disappear. I, grew up a skinny nerd, and either I still am(as I feel), or im suffering from ugly duckling syndrome(as my gf claims). As such I have trouble acknowledging any attractiveness I may/may not possess, and this see it as a liability to my relationship/sexual value. Again the gf tries to convince me otherwise, but its hard to do when she's openly admittedly to having no physical attraction to a man she married and had a kid with(ex husband). Combine that with women in general not being exactly forthcoming with sexual or romantic interest, and I tend to doubt the attractiveness my gf swears I have. So I ask the ladies here; does your partners' relative attractiveness to you have some impact on the dynamics of your relationship?