The Alpha Male – More Than Just a Man

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Who doesn’t love an Alpha male? He’s tall, elegant, classy, persuasive, in control of his environment and is most likely behind that major corporate merger or downfall you read about. But he’s a mysterious man, especially for dating and love. These days, our American culture has virtually crucified the Alpha male, who is usually seen as robust, muscular, with sharp facial features, hairy chest and dark, alluring eyes. The ads out now depict more beta men-smaller, feminine, more passive.

Every man wants to be an Alpha male, but few are chosen. Bill Clinton is the poster boy for the modern Alpha male. Donald Trump, Sean Combs, CEOs, Executive VPs, and the like may be Alpha males. George W Bush is not an Alpha Male.

Alpha males are hard to contain and to remain committed. But they’re providers and find meaning in their role as men, and need a woman who can compliment his role. He’s not the typical man. Alphas can be quiet, reserved, loners, and disconnected. They are best when they are asked to lead at work, at home, they tend to “cave”, but he is a quiet force. Another thing about Alpha males is that they don’t talk a lot. He believes that no matter how confident and assertive a woman appears, she can never be more of a man than he is. An Alpha male is not intimidated-at all. He welcomes it.

When an Alpha female spots an Alpha male, she can smell his unique pheromones from feet away. She stands taller, she walks differently, and she feels totally vulnerable. She wants to be conquered. That’s what an Alpha male can do.

What the Alpha male loves among a few other things, is the Alpha female. She’s the one who protects the genetic integrity of her gene pool. He gets that. He understands her mating needs for a virile, protective, financially secure male. She understands the value of success not only at home, but in business, for that is what she cares mostly about, it is what makes her love her Alpha male, and he knows this. The drive, the passion, the goals is what he feeds off. It’s the oil in his motor. In the mating process, the Alpha male, when there is no Alpha female (because they are few) will choose what’s left. The Alpha female’s role is to crush her female competition and get the Alpha male to accept her for “genetic monogamy.”

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