Men who don't understand their roles. What to do?

Anonymous
I've always been a firm believer that men can be divided in two categories: seducers and supporters. This is something most people know about intuitively, so I won't spend a lot of time with definitions.

As women, our natural preference when it comes to partners is for the seducers -- the really attractive guys who get all the girls. This shouldn't come as a surprise, as young women flock to the few select guys who have "it". However, once we start looking for a more realiable, long-lasting relationship, it's time for the supporters to step up and fulfill their role.

As you can see, everything falls in place, with each part performing their own roles.

The problem arises when you have supporters thinking they are seducers, and trying to compete with the real ones, as if they could beat them at their own game. It's a bad situation for all involved, and only causes misunderstanding and heartbreak.

Supporters need to understand that they only become viable partners at the later stages of a woman's life. Even attractive women are willing to settle with a supporter once they reach the 30-35 age range, and that relationship will last a lifetime, as opposed to the one night stand she had with the seducer years ago. So it's not a bad trade at all.

Which brings up the question: how to make supporters understand their role? How to talk to them about it in a social situation? How to increase awareness of this problem? And what are your thoughts on the subject?
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