According to this study,
“women from countries with healthier populations prefer more feminine-looking men“
In fact, it’s a question of fidelity. A man with masculine features is more likely to cheat than a man with feminine ones. I don’t know if it’s true. But the article also points this:
“Women with the weakest masculinity preferences of all lived in Belgium, a country considered to have one of the best publicly funded health-care systems in Europe“
So, in other words, the richer woman are, the weaker masculinity preferences they will have. I was reading an article about bimboys, those men who behave exactly like a woman, a metrosexual connected to his emotions, in other words. Apparently, in the western civilization, these men are becoming more and more common. It’s an evolution linked to our ways of living.
I wanted to know if women around me would pick a feminine guy. And most of them replied that it depends on how feminine he is.
“Personally, I wouldn’t want if he wears makeup and spends his time in the bathroom. But if he’ sensible and shows some understanding of your problems, like a woman would do, this is a plus” P., 34, said.
“Sensible, yes, but not a sissy. I dated once a guy who was afraid of everything and would let me kill the spider, chase the mouse, open the door to strangers. Instead of defending me in a conversation with a bully man, he would just disappear ” K., 35, said.
“It depends. If he listens and try to understand me, that’s OK. But I don’t want him to react like a woman who changes her mind every hour and would cry for any reason” O., 40, said.
I’m a bit skeptical though about how sustainable a relationship can be with a really sensible guy. Because if he becomes like your BFF, it can ruin the relationship. Love and friendship are two different things. Do you agree?