This is a question I've always wondered about.
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I honestly just think that it's in our animal instincts. I mean, look at nature, the male tends to take the roles of protecting the entire family and being more aggressive and firm when dealing with threats. I honestly just think that it's part of the animal instincts that we have to want to feel protected and safe with our man. It feels reassuring to us and allows us to relax more and be more trusting in our relationships with them. Part of this is also a survival instinct. We need strong mates to carry strong children and we need help from the male to protect them. This behavior is often seen in wolves, wildcats and birds! Or rather, more intelligent beings in general really. It also plays a part in a specie's evolution. For example, with rams, the males fight tonproge their strength and whoever wins gets the female. The rams with bigger, stronger, and better horns would win the majority of the time, so those traits were carried through his offspring etc. etc. Until all rams had bigger horns. It created a stronger species in a way by a long process of elimination, because that's all that evolution really is! Just getting rid of things that aren't neede anymore for better things to help the species survive. Well, I hope this helped you understand why females like to feel same with their man! :)1