Because what I am trying to imply is that the argument: " all Women are attracted to bad boys" doesn't make sense to me. It's like saying all 4 billion women share the same personality. This is unrealistic. Because the World is so arbitrary. I truly believe that there are great women out there who would love a good man for who he is... depending on the ENVIRONMENT, THE CULTURE AREA, PARENTING, INHERITANCE... and I would like to clarify the statement with the question above.
Thanks for regards. I have no reason to hide my identification with this. It's a common yet most discussed topic. Whereas there's really nothing to talk about it because... you do what you love... you are... who you are... so is the same with Person C, B, D... we are all different. And... actually what I find so funny is... you can actually make sooo many assumptions and statements about this... that any other guy/girl can share their opinion whether you are educated or not.
You cannot change the fact that some women love bad boys or what people prefer because all these things are beyond our control and we have to accept it in order to move forward. So, I'd suggest to identify your own personality, who you are, what you prefer, love and follow your goals and don't deal with stuff you can't fit in.
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The idea in and of itself doesn’t take into account biology and the “biological clock.”
From my research into the topic, younger women tend to gravitate towards more genetically gifted men (muscular, attractive, dominant, etc.) because at a younger age they typically aren’t actively looking for a long term partner to produce offspring with.
The proclivity for going after the “bad boys” is more about fulfilling sexual appetite than anything else. Because they aren’t, generally, trying to get pregnant, the focus is on the most pleasurable sexual activity as possible. The biological drive, then, is that if they did happen to get pregnant that the man’s genetics would suggest that the pregnancy and the baby would be in good health.
However, as women age and start to get “baby fever” and want to settle down, they start to look for qualities in a man that would make him a good provider, protector and have a decent chance he’ll stick around post-pregnancy. This is why women seem to sometimes “settle” for less attractive men. These men often don’t have the genetic make up that is desirable but tend to make up for it through earning good wages/salary, having assets, being considerate and kind (or other protector/caregiver traits) and, because their lesser genetics leans to less mating options, they tend to be much more loyal to their partners.