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We all know the stereotype about the older man and the younger woman. According to a zoologist named Stephen Proulx, that stereotype has its basis in the animal kingdom. From there, it traveled the lines evolution to land squarely in the modern human heart.
Basically, Proulx’s argument goes like this: In nature, males don’t tend to live that long. If you’re a female deer and you meet a majestic, elderly stag with a complete head of antlers, odds are that potential mate is packing some healthy genes.
At the dawn of humanity, males didn’t live much past their twenties. If women encountered a healthy male specimen who managed to beat the odds, their evolutionary psychology might push them toward attraction. It’s all about the genes.
However, this trick doesn’t work for every male of any species. You can’t just be old. You also have to be sort of fit. “If males can display ostentatiously at that age, then they really have to have something going for them,” Proulx told The Observer.
It might not be a bad idea to spring for that gym membership.
Women are attracted to confident men
The idea that women like confident men is almost a cliche, but it’s true. A confident tennis player might play better and more aggressively than an unconfident tennis player, but at the end of the day, he’s judged by how many points he scores in the court. But on a date, a man is judged first by his confidence, and only later by any other factors. And most of all, confidence is learnable. Check out this blog post on The Real Secret Of Confidence if you would like to go into more depth on confidence and how to actually develop it naturally.
How to attract women: A Beginners Guide
Attracting women is simple, straight-forward, and even logical — when you know how.
And if you would like to take the hard work out of turning accidental eye-contact into, flirty smiles and even a feminine hand resting casually on your arm, the first thing you need to do is forget everything you’ve ever been told about attracting women.
According to the ‘seduction bibles’ floating around the web, mischievously traded between confused 14 year olds in seedy online chat rooms, to attract a woman, you need to activate her attraction switches.
Yes, that’s in fact the way that they talk about attraction, like women were some piece of Ikea furniture you could ‘turn on’ by following the instruction manual and making sure all of the screws were in the perfect places (pun intended).
This is in fact a load of crap — made up by some confused little boys who couldn’t tell the difference between what they did that made a specific woman attracted to them at a particular point in time and the actual mechanism of attraction.
Saying that you need to flick 5 / 9 / 14 ‘attraction switches’ to entice a woman since they were the things you did to attract 1 woman is like saying you will need to kick a ball forward, then backwards, then with your right foot, then your left foot, then really hard with your right again to score a goal in soccer.
What you did once to achieve an outcome doesn’t mean that that’s how you achieve that outcome every time.
If you walked onto a soccer field and just kicked the ball the same way you did the last time you scored a goal then you’re likely to miss 99.999% of the time. And if you blindly follow this flawed ‘attraction switch’ theory, you’re going to miss out on attracting the girl, time and time again.
This is because the theory of attraction switches ignores the most fundamental rule of attraction: attraction is a feeling, not a thought.
If you can make a woman experience what she would like to experience, then she will be attracted to you. If you can’t, then she won’t.
That’s it. That’s all there is to it.
If a woman wants to feel excited and alive and you can give that to her, then she’ll be attracted towards you.
If a woman wants to feel safe and secure and you can give that to her, then she’ll be attracted towards you.
If a woman wants to feel free and unrestricted and you’ll be able to give that to her, then she’ll be attracted towards you.
When you can give a woman what she wants, she’ll be drawn to you like a magnet. If you can’t, then at worst, she’ll be neutral and at worst, she’ll be pushed away from you.
Now, you’re probably thinking: “So what? This isn’t revolutionary. And this doesn’t say anything about attraction switches.”
And you’re right, it is not revolutionary. Which makes it even more puzzling how the guys who developed the attraction switch theory missed how obvious this is…
The fact that attraction is a feeling makes the ‘attraction switch’ theory completely wrong on two counts.
Women don’t want to be interviewed
Instead of asking her of questions like “where are you from” and “what do you do for fun,” make a definitive statement or a cold read. By way of instance, say “you have a New York vibe” or “you have to be a lawyer.” This is a terrific method to stop the conversation from turning into a boring interview. Try to practice this tactic the next time you’re in a bar as it’s a crucial behavioral component to attract women. We use a great deal of techniques to help guys improve their conversational skills (trigger words is just one).
Smell like gasoline, printer ink, or leather…or, just smell.
This survey wasn’t performed with proper scientific controls, but it’s almost too interesting to ignore. Daz, a soap company, surveyed 2,000 people to discover the most attractive scents. The results indicated that gasoline, printer ink, paint, and leather were the most sensually exciting scents on a man, while lipstick and baby lotion were most attractive on a woman.
We’d definitely take that info with a grain of salt, but scientists do believe that scent plays a role in attraction. Some studies indicate that the human nose has pheromone receptors, which would indicate that we’ve got the biological gear necessary to process chemical cues from our potential mates.
1 study showed that women exposed to male sweat felt more arousal than women exposed to other substances.
No word on what those other substances were, but we’re guessing that they weren’t printer ink, paint, or leather.
Play an instrument.
Just make sure it is not the drums. No one wants to date the drummer. We’re kidding, of course. Or are we? The only scientific evidence we could come up with is a 2014 article published in the journal Psychology of Music.
The method of the study “Men’s music ability and attractiveness to women in a real-life courtship context” reads a lot like the script of a poor internet “prank” video.
Researchers planted a young (presumably handsome) guy in the street. He asked out 300 random women. In fact, he did this 3 times. The first time, he was empty handed. The second time he held a sports bag. The third time, he hauled around a guitar case.
Guess which accessory scored the guy the most phone numbers? Yep, it was the guitar. Researchers have yet to repeat the study with a guy carrying drumsticks, but anecdotal evidence suggests that the results would differ.
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