I thought they found the “bad boys and outlaws” more attractive.
Being sexist in their eyes is both.
Well...men make the same kind of distinctions. When I was single there were girls I liked to take out on a Friday night but they were not the girls I would ever bring home to meet my mother at Sunday dinner.
Totally agreed, FRiend.
My mother brought me up on the “always be a gentleman” principle. My father added “try if at all possible to find a girl who shares some of your interests.”
All good sense and typical of their Depression/WWII generation.
All a bad joke following the Sexual Revolution.
I’m 60 now, a lifelong bachelor, not entirely by choice, although I certainly understand the meaning of a “blessing in disguise.” At least I’ve never been hauled into family court and had my children alienated and half my assets taken away.
But I still remember what it was like to be a young man, and full of hope, as young men usually are. And I remember very well what it’s like to have your affections toyed with.
Unlike many men, I opted somewhere in my upper 30s to face the reality that relations between the sexes are broken beyond repair.
Today, at least I can laugh — bitterly — when these females find out what taking up with “bad boys and outlaws” really means.
“I thought they found the bad boys and outlaws more attractive.”
They do. Women have a hard time knowing the difference between a strong confident man from a bully that pushes his weight around.
"Women are hard-wired to find well-meaning sexist men MORE attractive...
"In a study women preferred men who were chivalrous or protective..."
These pieces of crap obviously think a man who is "chivalrous or protective" is the equivalent of "well-meaning sexist". These people (including the feminists and the pear shaped useless MINOs (Male in Name Only) can kiss my ass.
Bad boys attractive as a sex interest.
The others are attractive as a provider/wallet.
They are attracted to assertiveness and selfishness. That can manifest in a civil way, but more often in a bad way.
Years in the ministry watching “Good Girls” and “Bad Boys” compelled me to acknowledge how truly fallen both sexes are.