Race is a social Construct
According to biology, women are attracted to men who are more experienced, mature, financially stable, and earn at least 50% more than them. This means that men reach their peak attractiveness between the ages of 45 and 55 when they have maximum earning potential and can navigate the world's industries effectively.
On the other hand, men are biologically wired to seek out women who are younger and have a higher chance of fertility. Men also desire uninterrupted cooperation, which is more easily achievable with a significant age gap. Thus, women are most desirable to men between the ages of 18 and 24, when they are at their peak fertility.
Despite social constructs that claim gender is a social construct and race is biological, biology proves the opposite. Biological factors influence attraction and mating preferences in both men and women.