Is he an industrious, hard worker, capable of providing for her and their children?Because of his power, even the ugliest politician on the planet has women lining up to go to bed with him...As American statesman Henry Kissinger put it: 'Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac.'" 3. Neave goes on to quote a study in which the researchers (from Syracuse University and University of Toledo) presented women with photographs of men.The first group, described as doctors, wore designer ties, smart shirts, and sported Rolex watches."The caveman needed to be sure he was raising a child who was genetically his.The best way of doing this was to secure a mate and guard her so she didn't get the chance to stray.Then he lays out what I understand are a few basic tenets of evolutionary psychology. Women look for men who are "socially dominant." Today's women "may be shooting up the career ladder and earning more than the men in their lives, but when it comes to relationships, men still hold the trump card," Neave claims."I study patterns of behavior dating back to the first human societies and constantly analyze evidence that demonstrates the key differences which have developed between the sexes since men were hunter-gatherers and women were child bearers.
In the article, Neave claims that even in the 21st century, women are scared they can't survive without a man.This gives men a much wider pool of romantic candidates.