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I agree with you for the most partHere’s the thing: Men SAY they want a smart girl then they feel less than her.Men say they want a beautiful girl then they feel less than her. Men say they want a happy, fit, funny, confident girl then they feel less than her.Men say they want a lot of things but when they get they’re too insecure, lack confidence, or their ego is too big to handle a woman with those qualities.I’ve literally had men tell me that “I’m too much for them” or “What are you doing with me? Why me?” and it’s usually just the beginning of the end
@BabyBirdy Agreed, that's totally unattractive. I'm far from perfect but a couple of women have given me the "why are you with me?" speech and it sucks.Men typically want the most (conventionally) beautiful woman they can get, and I also think they want a sweet girl with a sunny disposition, even if it makes them insecure. But I don't really buy that most actually crave intelligence or confidence. These traits challenge antiquated notions of male superiority/dominance in romantic relationships.Unfortunately, there ARE men out there that love smart women who are confident and witty, but I get the feeling that they don't believe it -- almost like I'm feeding them a line to get in their pants when I say that. And honestly, I don't really blame them as long as they give me a chance to prove it (assuming there's mutual attraction, etc.). I mean, there's a sea of men out there who just want a sweet, pretty little thing to look at, so why believe ME when I say something different?
Exactly! Most of the time men just want us to sit pretty and silent. They only want you to talk just enough and when you do talk they want you to tell them what they want to hear That’s not always the case. I was with one man who was secure and confident that truly loved having intelligent conversations and valued my thoughts and opinions but I know he was a rare gemMost men just want a woman thats pretty enough that will keep quiet
@BabyBirdy Sadly, that's true. I think men have some amazing qualities, generally speaking, but this is one area where we need to evolve -- and fast. We're not living in caves anymore, let alone the "good ol' days" of the 50s.I'm glad you saw that dude as a rare gem. I've been lucky to have had relationships with some awesome women, but still it's nice to know that this type of man is appreciated by others. :)