Anyone can ask anyone out, no one knows who is supposed to pay, or if a date is really a date or just a hook up.Women who initiate contact are left wondering why they have a hard time attracting and dating masculine men.At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.I am a highly intelligent woman, though not a genius by any means.
The perception of lower intelligence is associated with broader, more rounded faces.Someone rightly pointed out that part of what put men off was my desire to correct things they said that were inaccurate or participate in verbal sparring (I appreciate a good debate). Or is it a matter of combining my intelligence with enough social leverage to not make it my main feature?I've reigned that in with good results but I want a man who actually likes my intelligence. This isn't the first time this question has shown up in the comments of this blog - or in my e-mail.This guest blog from relationship expert Janet Ong Zimmerman contains some real words of wisdom.I love the idea that we can control our dating lives more than we realize — and I have heard the point about being who you want to attract from some very wise souls out there. Modern dating rules have become complicated, as the role of men and women are blurred.