As you may recall, beautiful Latvian women like to parade their beauty.My colleague further informed us that the latter event was not unique, having witnessed something similar himself.
I don’t see that you have addressed why the women are beautiful(objective criteria??? I can imagine if the likelihood of breeding is more closely related to looks then a higher ratio of females would have the desired effect. It’s a service-oriented town with a large student community, so as could be expected, there is a clear majority of females (and most of them quite young).
For a male point-of-view it seems like a buyer’s market (even more so as a large number of the females are temporary migrants, i.e.
students from all over Europe, and this should positively affect the “velocity of girls”).
A high score indicates subjects more favorable to sex for pleasure's sake alone. On average, males have higher sociosexuality scores than females but sociosexuality scores for females vary widely across countries. One hypothesis is that in cultures with low operational sex ratios (the number of marriageable men/number of marriageable women) female sociosexuality will be higher. Well in Sociosexuality from Argentina to Zimbabwe, Schmitt (2005) surveyed some 14,000 people on sociosexuality and he correlated female sociosexuality with the operational sex ratio.
The argument is that when the relative supply of males is low, competition for mates encourages females to shift towards the male ideal, i.e. (Note that this theory can also explain trends over time, e.g. Here are the results: Notice that Latvia has one of the highest rates of female sociosexuality in the 48 nations surveyed and the lowest sex ratio.