Dating low iq women
If you attended a good school, have an impressive job, have career aspirations or dream of future success, men will find you less attractive.
“I’ve been told by well-meaning relatives: ‘Don’t talk about work on a date, dumb it down, and it’s bad to earn so much money because guys will be scared of you.’ And I got the word ‘intimidating’ a lot,” said Alexis, a 35-year-old lawyer in San Francisco. Nearly half of single women believe their professional success is intimidating to the men they meet.
CHAPTER 2 | Overqualified for Love Imagine, as newspapers and magazines recently have, the “plight of the high-status woman.” She is a well-educated young woman in her 30s, earns a good salary, and has a great social life — but she is single and is worried that her success might be the reason she has not met a man to marry.
The disconnect doesn’t just emerge from Lapin’s preferences—it’s inherent in the data.
In most of the western world, sex-ratios run about even.
Successful men are romantically interested only in their secretaries.
And if a woman makes a lot of money, men will be intimidated.