I think it’s fair enough to say most women will prefer a man with a steady job, but saying you have a top management position just means that you have to spend a lot of time working and not as much time with your family and friends. So instead, if you want to impress a Danish woman, talk about how your work benefits society at large, particularly how it benefits people who don’t have a lot of resources.
For example, there are a lot of foreign engineers in Denmark.
In most parts of the world, a man will see a woman he likes, and he’ll approach her. Maybe he’ll ask if he can buy her a coffee, or some other type of drink. I’ll call it Manhattan behavior, because it was the way people dated when I lived in New York City.
If they’re in a nightclub, he might ask her if she’d like to dance, or maybe go outside and get some fresh air. In fact, they will get you rejected, and then you’ll worry that that you’re being rejected because you’re a foreigner. Danes are not good with strangers, any type of stranger. Men would tell a lady how much money they made, and how much money they were going to make, how much power and influence they had, and how expensive their watch was. First of all, if you have money in Denmark, the government’s going to take it all away.
As soon as my drinks were served, as the gods would have it, I was served by a tall waitress and from there on I knew I would not struggle to explain myself to the boys.
A single woman has told how she was accused of being 'too pretty' by a man after failing to find love on a dating website.
Recently, a pal of mine, a successful Public Relations officer in her mid-30s, confided in me about an ongoing problem she faces in her dating life: She feels that she’s simply too tall for most men, standing at almost six feet.
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Author and cultural commentator Bel Hooks refers to this fallacious, pumped up version of the real man as the kind of man who can "take action and break the rules." What characteristics do women find attractive in men?It's true that some women are sexually attracted and open to dating a short man, but a quick poll of your friends—or any group of adults, for that matter—will quickly confirm just how stigmatized short men are in our culture.For reasons that betray logic, short men get the you-know-which end of the stick and are ostracized when it comes to partner selection. —is also at work in the dynamic of sexual attraction among gay men, I'll focus on women here due to sheer numbers. Not quite, though it does seem that most women feel that short men aren't relationship material.No one here is claiming that guys aren't guilty of being shallow, too.If anything, men have earned their reputation for being superficial over the course of many generations.