Are handsome men intimidating
Well Haseena, what you suffer from my dear is The Curse of Being A Beautiful Woman – don’t deny your looks for fear of conceit, if you have it going on then you have it going on.Let’s break it down starting with the obvious, you are a beautiful woman so immediately from the jump you will scare away half the guys who secretly can’t get enough of you.Are women more cautious with attractive men when it comes to dating?Are they more likey to take it slow or play games with them? I've heard a lot of women have a rule about never dating men that look better than them.I'm told by my womanizing male friends that extremely good-looking women are often the easiest to get into bed, because most men are too intimidated to approach them. As an ex-girlfriend once told me while we were having sex, "Greg, I don't feel like talking tonight!Consequently, these women are more grateful and giving when Mr. Can't you just do me and go to sleep like a regular guy!? I get erections when beautiful, inebriated women tell me I'm hot.No, I've never been intimidated by an attractive man but I am ANNOYED by them if they're self-centered and vain. They're not all stopping at every mirror to admire themselves.It's just that the ones that do make me want to SMACK THEM!
Most guys are afraid, that’s just the truth of the matter.I mostly get ephemeral flirtation or hard-to-get games, neither of which I have much patience for.I've been told by female friends that women find my appearance intimidating. Either way you look at it, I've spent the preponderance of my virile days longing for both and getting neither.They take one look at me and assume I'm a womanizer. In fact, it really doesn't seem to matter what I say when I'm interacting socially with a fertile woman for the first time.
Then there are the more aggressive types who assume I'm a womanizer, and are disappointed to find out that I'm not. I cling to the kinky notion that a woman worthy of my carnal affections should first be able to give me good I tell women that I am just as interested in conversation as sex. Everything I say, no matter how simple, is parsed for my supposed womanizing agenda, as if every sentence were taken from my " I could say something as straightforward as "I like sushi," only to be met with a suspicious "I'll bet you do," or "What's that supposed to mean? Why should a woman have to put out mentally before I put out physically?
But I also achieve a more lasting kind of tumescence on those rare occasions when an attractive female takes a genuine interest in words I've written and music I've composed.