She’s well educated, with a rapier wit and a willingness to use it. While it’s true that many men will use it as a polite dodge to avoid saying “I’m not attracted to you”, when it comes up over and over again, it’s a sign that maybe there’s more to it.
And don’t get me wrong, this isn’t someone looking for attention or a propped up fantasy. She loves her some thug-versatile men, that have the intellect but yet the street smarts. “Intimidating” is almost uselessly vague, especially if they keeps coming up; it covers a multitude of meanings to the point that it means everything and nothing at once.
She’s done it all; dating sites , meeting guys at parties, events, traveling, chatting up friends from class and at work.Marilyn Monroe was a sex symbol in her day but she dated men that were “corny” such as Arthur Miller and James Dougherty. This is not to say that incredibly beautiful women will only go for the model-handsome mind you – look at Sarah Jessica Parker and her piece of husband (lol).But the fact of the matter remains: the prettier you are, the more likely that guys are going to have a hard time feeling comfortable approaching you and/or being with you.Even if are the one making the first move, they may feel as though they will be in constant competition with other men: ones with better jobs, fatter wallets, movie-star smiles, and abs you could do laundry on.Your instinctive response may be to play down your looks, and while this can work – there’s a reason why the “beautiful-after-all” trope exists; everyone likes the idea of the librarian who’s secretly model-gorgeous – it’s ultimately putting the responsibility on you.
Instead, make a point of being approachable and friendly.
Wide smiles that reach your eyes and open, welcoming body language can make a shy or introverted guy feel more welcome.
The more beautiful or desirable a woman, the more she can have her pick of men.
The hotter the girl, the higher the stakes.” Men can find beauty intimidating; the more attractive the woman, the more advantages society gives her. The more men to hit her up then that’s even more an issue.
After all, women are encouraged to be assertive, accomplished and independent; being told that they’re “intimidating” sounds like they’re being told to take all of that back and pretend to be something less than what they are. Are guys finding a woman’s accomplishments to be somehow threatening? “She’s so attractive that there have to be other guys.
If a woman keeps hearing from men that she’s “intimidating”, what is she supposed to do – besides start approaching men who have more self-confidence and fewer issues? Being told “You’re too intimidating” is incredibly aggravating to women.