Sometimes even science can't convince me: men find caring women (nice girls) more attractive and sexually alluring than their aloof (bad girl) counterparts, according to research published in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. In three separate studies, researchers discovered that men preferred women who seemed "responsive" to their needs, favoring them above women who were less supportive in initial encounters.Fine, but didn't they factor micro-miniskirts and thigh-high boots into this equation?What's your advice for men who keep falling for the wrong kind of women?Pompey: It's all about priorities and deciding what one truly wants in life.Pompey: In a controlled experiment I might appear to be a man who makes his bed in the morning, doesn't consider a decorative pillow to be the work of the devil, and doesn't wait until all 57 pairs of socks are dirty before finally doing laundry. The truth is, no matter how controlled an experiment, there is always room for error.
This is a blanket statement and generalization that is often not true, but perception is everything. The best thing a nice girl can do to attract a man is to demonstrate alluring qualities a bad girl has, without actually being a bad girl. As a woman, show that you are open to trying new things, are fun, adventurous, exciting, and have a sexual side, without providing all the drama that a typical bad girl brings to the table.
It is every guy's dream to ride in on the white horse to tame or "save" a "bad" girl. A bad girl is elusive and can never truly be tamed.
That won't stop a man from trying over and over again.
People are creatures of habit and have a hard time breaking cycles of poor choices that have been plaguing their lives for years, sometimes even decades.
Self-actualization is the first step toward finding a healthy relationship.
The more you could demonstrate these qualities while still maintaining the qualities that make you a nice girl, the more a man will feel as if he won the jackpot and the best of both worlds.