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February 23, 2009

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TM

What does this say about healthy relationships if women are constantly on the lookout for the alpha male? Looks like it could be easy for men to manipulate women if they just imitated dominant alpha male traits (by behaving arrogantly, dominating other men, going out with other women). On the flipside, arrogance and overconfidence aren't particularly good traits to look for in a partner who you have to live side by side with each day. How many women would really like to be married to James Bond or Tony Soprano and live with them every day? No wonder so many women are frustrated! Seems a bit harsh on the "nice steady guys" too.

Pheromone

Man, this should have been broken up into like five different articles. I don't even know where to comment.

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