She acknowledged ”there was no good reason to end things”, yet, at the time, she was convinced something was missing in the relationship. The other point being made in the article is that many women who spend their 20’s becoming powerful and independent (education, salary, etc.) often end up unhappy in their 30s.This is because when they finally achieve independence and look for men who have done the same, the realize they’re not looking for powerful, independent women in their 30s; they’re looking for attractive women in their 20s that will make .
I look forward to a time when such games will no longer be necessary. It’s about evolution, how it affects culture, and how that can be quite interesting and cruel.
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Why do so many sex scandals involve men of influence and power?
The goal of any organism, after all, is to ensure the survival and propagation of its genes, and males — far more so than females — are eminently equipped to do that.
Even the world's most reproductively prolific mothers rarely produce more than eight or nine children in a lifetime.
Males can conceive everyday, even multiple times a day, and come emotionally hardwired to do just that. Select and mate with males who will provide good genes and stick around long enough to help ensure their offspring will reach maturity.
Preferring Powerful Males David Carrier, a University of Utah biology professor, explains why in the animal kingdom, females prefer powerful males: "From the perspective of sexual selection theory, women are attracted to powerful males, not because powerful males can beat them up, but because powerful males can protect them and their children from other males." What physical power and brute strength is to the animal kingdom, political power is to the human race.
Experts on human behavior suggest it may come down to biology and opportunity.