Things women find unattractive on men usually aren’t physical and being broke is one of them.
This is a touchy subject and some men may come at me saying broke women are unattractive too but it’s the 21st century and woman are on their grind, you cannot afford to be broke.
You ever meet someone, man or woman, romantic or platonic, real or fake, that makes you feel bad for having standards? I’m talking about those folks who take “humility” to a whole other level.
I’m not going to sit here and pretend like we all don’t want that ride or die mate. But perhaps, if you are running into women who aren’t interested in dating you due to your financial status, maybe you should work on becoming a bit more stable in that department.
One thing I may have noticed is men sometimes become comfortable. They can sit around, look at a woman and say he cannot afford her instead of stepping up. He’s decided to date women he believes will date and accept him, “broke” because acceptance is a big part of a healthy loving relationship.
Women aren’t obligated to date a man who is struggling. If we prefer someone who is more financially stable, that does not mean that we are heartless, gold-digging and superficial. Men go about picking the type of woman they like, she can’t be ugly, dark, skinny or whatever the case, why then are women crucified for wanting a financially stable men?
Psychologists have found that men strongly prefer looks over resources, whereas women value resources over looks.
Even if a woman earns enough to support herself and her children, her standard of living will still be much better with a mate that’s also a good breadwinner.
Men, love the idea of growing with a woman, i.e. “starting from the bottom”. It’s an unmistakable act of loyalty, appreciation, faith, and love to witness a woman stick by before a man becomes anything of note.
This is how we end up hearing about athletes, entertainers, and other influential men who have been with their woman through their broke days. For example, take this comment from Cory Hardrict about meeting his wife Tia Mowry:
“I had odd jobs. I worked at K-Mart, graveyard shift, security. That’s when I was just grinding man. I met my wife during them days. She was with me. She was just coming out of Sister, Sister, but they had everything man and I didn’t have anything. I had a studio apartment, sleeping in the corner, no furniture for almost two years. I think it was what my wife saw in me. She saw an honest man who had a dream. I just had a vision, man.”
Yet women unmistakably know that for every Cory Hardrict, there’s fifty-leven dudes who have absolutely no inclination to better themselves.
Some men want a love story like Tia and Cory’s, while some just want to use the idea of Tia and Cory’s love for their own self-interested, manipulative purposes.
Because of this ugly truth, women who work hard as hell to attain what they have in life want a man who is willing to work equally hard, so they avoid “unsuccessful” men.
Honestly, men literally have one job. Don’t be broke.
They don’t get pregnant. They don’t have kids. They’re bigger and stronger on average.