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Someone rightly pointed out that part of what put men off was my desire to correct things they said that were inaccurate or participate in verbal sparring (I appreciate a good debate). Or is it a matter of combining my intelligence with enough social leverage to not make it my main feature?I've reigned that in with good results but I want a man who actually likes my intelligence. This isn't the first time this question has shown up in the comments of this blog - or in my e-mail.However, men my age tell me that intelligence is not a turn-on for them.They say that as long as a woman is "reasonably intelligent" that is what they need...I have also discussed the topic at length with my sisters, their friends, and a couple of the girls I've dated.
A man might be physically strong, but unless he knows how to fight technically, he will be beaten soundly by much smaller, weaker opponents (the martial arts demonstrate this).
But reasons aside, the fact remains that men want to be the stronger mate in relationships.
It gives us a feeling of importance to take care of our woman and children - it gives us purpose.
A man could manifest his strength in many ways: he could be financially powerful (rich), physically powerful (tall or strong), socially powerful (confident), intellectually powerful (smart or witty), morally powerful (good), politically powerful (highly positioned), etc.; but unless you respect and admire him for his strength, however it is manifested, you will not be attracted to him.
Even the best-looking man in the world will be rejected by women once they realize he is weak.