Why do women like women so much?

This week, the BBC’s Today programme asked men whether they would rather have a man who was a “big, strong man” or a woman who was “tall, beautiful, good looking, athletic”.

The responses were fascinating, with many men saying they preferred a strong, dominant man to a “nice, shy woman”.

But what about women?

Do they prefer men who are “very assertive and assertive” or “very quiet”?

We asked more than 50 men to answer these questions and to rank the men based on the following factors: strength of personality, physical attractiveness, emotional intelligence, assertiveness, assertive sex drive, and sexual desire.

Here’s what they said: I would prefer a strong man.

I like strong men.

Strong men are more assertive, assertively assertive people, are better at winning fights and are more likely to be aggressive.

Strong people are more successful in their careers and marriages, they are more sexually attracted to women, they can make more money, they’re more likely in the company of attractive women.

Strong, dominant men are often dominant in the home and the workplace, and are often the ones who are the biggest and strongest in the room.

They’re more powerful, have more money and are better-paid than women.

I think a strong strong man is a bit more assertively dominant, and a very shy woman is very shy, or even shyly so.

A tall, beautiful woman is also very tall, and very pretty.

A good-looking man is nice, or is very attractive, or has a strong body.

A very shy person is a nice, shy person.

I don’t think a tall, strong strong woman would be good for me.

I would rather a very nice, confident, confident man.

Tall, beautiful women are great for me and would be very nice.

A shy, very shy girl would be terrible for me, but I’d probably like her.

You can read the full survey here.

The results: The men were split on the question of how women would react if they found out that they were attracted to men who were “a bit assertive”.

Of the respondents, 46 per cent said that “they would find it very difficult to have sex with a woman with whom they had not agreed about the type of relationship they would have”.

Another 41 per cent felt that “having sex with someone who was aggressive would be difficult”.

And another 46 per a the respondents said that, “having a very assertive dominant male in the bedroom would make them feel more confident and powerful than a woman whom they were interested in but not quite ready for”.

A third of the men felt that they would be unable to make the choice of a woman because of their physical attractiveness.

“Women like strong, masculine men,” wrote one respondent.

“Women are attracted to assertive men,” said another respondent. “

Men who are strong, assertives are the strongest men women want.”

“Women are attracted to assertive men,” said another respondent.

But “the strongest men tend to be the ones with strong, physical personalities,” he added.

And another said: The most attractive women are not women who are physically attractive.

They are women who possess a lot of personality.

Women like assertive strong men with strong personalities and strong personalities like strong strong men.

“Women have traditionally been attracted to strong, physically attractive men, according to sociologist Maryam Namazie, who has studied women’s sexual preferences.

But her research has shown that many women are “not so keen to make their sexual preferences public”, and that they might “use their social position to manipulate or manipulate the men they choose to have sexual relationships with”.

“In many ways, a woman may be choosing to choose between the attractive male and the less attractive male, but she may also be choosing between these different qualities and qualities of a person, or perhaps between the perceived qualities of an individual and the perceived characteristics of a group.” “

They are choosing to have a relationship with someone they perceive as being sexually unattractive or to have relationships with men who have different physical attributes, and this is because they perceive them as less attractive, less desirable and less worthy of love,” she said.

“In many ways, a woman may be choosing to choose between the attractive male and the less attractive male, but she may also be choosing between these different qualities and qualities of a person, or perhaps between the perceived qualities of an individual and the perceived characteristics of a group.”

Namazi said women are increasingly choosing “to use their position to influence the choices of men”.

In a 2011 study, Namazy and her colleagues found that women who chose to be open about their preferences were often rewarded with relationships with more attractive men.

But they also found that men who made this choice were also more likely than men who didn’t, to have more sexual partners.

And “the more attractive the men, the more likely the women were to choose a man with a physically attractive physical appearance,” she told us.

Namazies work with couples and other individuals in relationships to find out whether there is a “relationship preference”.

“In a relationship, we often find that women are attracted in some way