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We want to feel that we are being listened to and understood.More importantly, we want to be allowed to make big decisions, even if we are just being humored. Quite simply: Because we are men, and, well, we still want to feel like men!It seems to me there's a growing number of strong, proud women who defiantly proclaim they don't need men for much; they may want them in their lives, but they don't them, when push comes to shove. Does that sentiment or mentality create an element of frustration among men?Joshua Pompey: I think the resentment builds specifically towards women who, in your words, "defiantly proclaim they don't need men." It is one thing to not need a man.In my opinion, all women should strive to achieve this.The problem arises when women make men as if they are not needed in the relationship.There will always be men, regardless of how much the times change, who hold up the male chauvinism glory days of the 1950s as the golden social model.With that said, for the most part, men are not intimated by strong and successful women.
Most men don't care where a woman got her three degrees or that she's made partner at her law firm -- it's a nice bonus, and, understandably, a woman is proud of these achievements, but it's not what leads a man to be attracted to her. It could have nothing to do with her level of accomplishment (maybe she's a Ph. ) and more to do with that woman's easygoing nature and her ability to create a feeling of emotional safety and peace within a relationship. Joshua Pompey: I think you hit the nail on the head, Neely, in regards to accomplishments being "a nice bonus." Great accomplishments don't cause men to feel an attraction towards women.
In fact, most men find these qualities very attractive and will brag to their friends and family about what a smart, great girl they have found.