Girls, I've noticed more cocky men get women, should a guy personify that attitude to attract more women?

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I've noticed the bigger his muscles, the more money he has, the taller he is, but most importantly the cockier he is the more confidence girls/women assume he has. I have been that guy where be respectful, give a girl her space/respect her boundaries, make her laugh, be civil, don't be highly sexual with your comments, have engaging conversations with her still doesn't work. I am a guy in my early 30s, in grad school and I am wondering what am I doing wrong if I have given plenty of girls a chance. Now, of course, teenage me compared to 30 yr old me is much different. Obviously I have made mistakes in the past, we all have so you can't say its 100% your fault, I can admit to my faults. All I am saying is, I wanted to change myself for the better because I believed in my heart, this is the kind of guy a girl wants to be with. But often at times, I notice girls want the muscular guys with tattoos instead. I would never get tattoos since its against my religion and I have to follow my faith for God, not for girls. But I honestly don't know what gives.
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Part of me feels now to be that asshole, cocky guy and be overly sexual with my comments and hit on her because obviously being a decent, well-mannered guy isn't working. If any girls reads this and says "oh so you were pretending to be nice". No, I was not pretending but judging what most girls seems attracted to these days, it seems like the approach is now, if you can't beat em join approach.
Girls, I've noticed more cocky men get women, should a guy personify that attitude to attract more women?
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