Originally posted by @vivify
The article mentions that women want a "bad boy".
We can also ask the question, "how many women really want to marry that man rather than just fantasize about him?"
As for "how many" such women will accept married men? I guess it depends on the married man. Rich married men have no trouble getting such women.
"As for "how many" such women will accept married men?"
Vivify misunderstands my question. It's really about how many "gorgeous nymphomaniacs
who like making sandwiches" does Vivify imagine *even exist*?
I don't recall meeting any woman who seriously described herself as a 'gorgeous nymphomaniac'.
I can recall a woman joking that *if* she were a 'gorgeous nymphomaniac', she would not have
to 'make sandwiches' (non-sexual context) because her lover(s) could pay someone to do that
"Make me a sandwich is a catchphrase used in popular culture, often on the internet, to
mock or discredit women. It is a play on the stereotype that women belong in the kitchen."
This thread, among many others, shows how little most men here understand about women.
Actually, few women (including professional models or actresses) sincerely regard themselves as 'gorgeous'.
More often, women tend to be insecure about failing to conform to their culture's standards of beauty
and focus upon their perceived imperfections. This fear may drive a pattern of eating disorders.