Do "strong" women attract "beta males"?

TomGarand
I'm asking due to my own experiences.

I'm asking if women who have strong personalities (Like the whole "strong independent woman" trope) or masculine traits (Being athletic or tomboyish, having masculine jobs or interests, etc) attract more submissive, weak, or effeminate men.

Basically, do "strong" or somewhat masculine women attract weak or feminine men?
Do strong women attract beta males?
I hear about stories where career women who are more in their masculine energy, dating feminine energy men who don't take the lead. And a lot of these women--not ALL of them-- end up being frustrated with these guys because they don't take charge. In fact, a recurring theme in relationships nowadays is "masculine energy" women dating "feminine energy" men.
Kind of an extreme example, but you get the point.
Kind of an extreme example, but you get the point.
And I'm also asking this because I fit the "beta male" trope to a T. I'm not physically strong, nor do I have a desire to be. I also have no interest in sports except for hunting and Airsoft.

And if anyone has seen a good chunk of my questions, they know I find masculine traits in women like dominance, physical strength, and tomboyishness in general attractive. Female traits in women do practically nothing for me.
Do strong women attract beta males?
In fact, I find my friend's sister attractive (Yes, they both know this and don't mind) because she has a few "male traits" that are high up on my list. She's dominant and a natural leader. She's also tall at 5'10 and a half, while I'm only 5'6. She can lift heavier things than me, and she's stronger than me.
Do strong women attract beta males?
Finally, she's unbothered by blood and gore, because she's a horror nut. Despite her being feminine, what drew me to her were her masculine traits. She's tall, strong, she's dominant, and can handle blood and gore.

So my situation fits this question pretty well. What do you think? Do "strong" women attract beta males?
Do "strong" women attract "beta males"?
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