This subchapter is called "Mating Behavior"
Studies of animal populations point out that females prefer to mate with high-status,
dominant males-that is, the males who are the biggest, strongest, or most aggressive.
Women interpret such data as justification to seek out wealthy men. But human beings
are not herd animals driven by instinct alone. Nor in the western world are men permitted
to keep great harems of females. Physical strength and aggressiveness at defending
territory are no longer necessary to protect a mate or discourage rival suitors-any nerd can
pick up a gun and aim it. Yet women still force men to "defend" them by requiring a
display of earning power before they will consent to sex. They equate the control of
resources with high status; this is why they are attracted to men with power-not for
protection against enemies, but because money and power go hand-in-hand.
A man doesn't have to be intelligent to be rich, nor does he have to be sensitive or
considerate or attentive or faithful. In fact, these latter sensibilities are usually notably
absent in most men striving for money, power, and influence. Women, however, claim
that these more "spiritual" qualities are what they are seeking in a mate. But if this were
true, they would be dating poets, not entrepreneurs. Women are liars and hypocrites. One
university study showed a group of women photographs of men dressed in fast-food
uniforms, and asked whether they would consider dating or having sexual relations with
these men. The response was a universal negative. Then the researchers presented the
same men to the panel, but in this test, the subjects were attired in more upscale uniforms
(white shirts and ties). All the women were willing to consider these men as sexual
Love, trust, partnership-virtues which men value highly in a relationship-are at best
secondary in the female hierarchy of desires. These attributes only become important
after the initial question of wealth has been answered.
Because women want men to take care of them without any obligation or reciprocation,
they always search out high-income males who are willing to spend money freely. This is
what a woman means when she says that she is looking for an "eligible" man or when she
complains that "all the good ones are taken". The world teems with kind, considerate,
"average" men, but such candidates are passed over with contempt. In the sexual arena,
not only do nice guys finish last, they fail to even qualify for the race.