While women always get a bad reputation for being overly complicated, men aren't always as simple as we seem. While it is, of course, easier for women to get sex when they feel so inclined. I'd argue it's more difficult for them to find a suitable partner at least on their own terms. Men have the benefit of dating a gender that tends to want relationships and commitment. So then how does a woman navigate herself towards a suitable partner that wants one? Well, a start is dispelling some common myths that hopefully most girls already know, but perhaps a few have forgotten.
You can't anticipate what a guy wants by who he is
A really dark character can want a really corny girl. A good guy could want a girl who treats him like crap. "Matching" a guy's personality is never a safe bet for creating a connection and assuming he likes something becuase of "who he is" isn't going to get you very far. I don't know the science behind why we respond to certain things, but I know it isn't uniform.
We Don't Often Agree On Who's The Hottest Girl
Men have incredily broad physical tastes and it's usually not a hard one or the other between you and your friends in terms of who's prettier, more dateable etc. If you're seeing a trend, it's probably more due to a personality thing. Yes, blonde girls probably get approached more, yes, girls with big breasts and ass usually get looked at more, but honestly none of my friends could be able agree on who is the prettiest in a club in any given night and when it comes to finding your suitable someone it's important to realize just because you aren't one guy's ideal princess you are probably are in someone else's eyes.
A lot of us want fundamentally different types of girls
I like really bad, deviant, morally a bit lost girls. I relate to them better. However, a lot of guys like sweet do your laundry for you kind of girls. Also guys can change what they respond to very, very fast. As such, you also can't say well this type of girl always gets the guy because it is so diverse. Every flaw and every perfection you have is subjective to how the guy sees it.