Successful women want looks not bucks when it comes to choosing a life partner

How many times have we seen or heard about a young beautiful girl hooking up with a fat, ugly, balding – but rich – older man? She is after his money, or so it is often presumed. Why else would she be with someone that is so much older and unattractive?
Well this scenario that a woman cares more about a man’s potential income as opposed to his looks, is now a thing of the past, apparently.
According to a new report, modern women are self sufficient highflyers that don’t need to rely on a successful man to make ends meet.
The tables are turning. Today’s woman wants classic good looks in her potential other half. A man that will give her nice, healthy and pretty babies, or so the report says. So if you’re a well built man with striking features, a chiselled jaw and sexy eyes, you could secure yourself a comfortable future with a financially successful woman!
I find this report very interesting. Indeed, who doesn’t want to snuggle up to an attractive hunky man? But this situation doesn’t ring true for many successful women. Good looks are an appealing factor in any relationship, but their novelty is short lived.
In my opinion, successful women are different to the stereotypical rich men with pretty young brides. Today’s successful women may play around with young attractive men, but when it comes to a life partner they want someone with brains, not just brawn.
Good looks only entertain for a short amount of time, but intelligent conversation and interesting thought patterns can keep a smart girl engaged a lot longer.
And again, all this depends on where in the world a women is. Women doing well in rich countries have the pick of the bunch.
They can chose a hunk or a hunky intellectual. Whereas women that come from poorer countries often still do put a lot of importance on money within a relationship, because poorer circumstance urges them to seek out security.
Therefore it is common to see such women with the rich, but fat and balding men!

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