But wait — that actually really sucks for us pretty girls. Because when a man wants to possess you, he often pretends to be whatever you want… I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gotten my hopes up and ended up with “Wow, he turned out to be a giant a-hole… We are, after all, pretty much interchangeable when looked at purely from a superficial perspective.Sarah enlightens us on a daily basis with the newest trends as (and often before) they transpire. Having traveled to over 70 countries, she earns her living writing, blogging and modeling while on the road.Supportive spouses Mc Nulty's team assessed 82 couples who had married within the previous six months and had been together for nearly three years prior to tying the knot.Participants were on average in their early to mid-20s.I’d like to say that the moment I met Lisa, I knew we’d be together.But really, all I thought when a mutual friend introduced us was: “She’s absolutely beautiful.But the role of physical attractiveness in well-established partnerships, such as marriage, is somewhat of a mystery.
A guy like that will most-likely become insecure and clingy in a relationship and she will then have a hard time when trying to break up with him.
And please, don’t hate me because I’m A) beautiful, or B) complaining about it (yeah, I know it may be hard)… Hence, these men see ‘hot girls’ as something to possess and show off.
So I know what I’m talking about when I say that, along with all the benefits (like having an easier time getting into nightclubs and finding casual sex, I suppose, if that’s what you’re into), there are also a lot of negatives that come along with the package of ‘being beautiful’. I can only partially blame them for this, since society hammers it into our heads with objectifying ads and misogynistic porn.
on what women want from men was so positive that I put together this post to explore the issue from a different angle.
But first, a few ground rules: • This entire post is based on generalizations; obviously, there are exceptions to every rule of thumb.