Factoring androgens - based on biology and on the effects of male induced hormones that cause symptoms such as aggressiveness and whatnot, can that be enough of a justification to assume sexually-driven males are perceived as "more confident?"
I would guess they are more "goal oriented" and possibly more "cunning" in ways to manipulate the thoughts of those they are zoning in on in order to gain their trust. You can't spell confident without the word "con".
Most "players" and "smooth talkers" have an air of confidence and arrogance that many people find attractive or alluring on some level. This is especially true if one lacks experience with these types or they are very trusting of others. It also helps if the male is considered handsome!
Men driven by sexual desire depends on degrees. If men have a sex addiction, this can unbalance your life, like any addiction.
Men or persons are bio-organism and sexual being first. About 98% of Men masturbate because it's healthy. Most people do not get enough good healthy sex. Birds do it , bees do it, lets all do it, let all fall in love.
Live to learn, I suspect it all depends on how one defines "aggressive behavior". Since he is alluding to the fact that it is connected to "confidence" he may view "aggressive behavior" as being a man who has an "extrovert" outgoing personality who does not hesitate to strike up a conversation. Does being horny overcome shyness? I doubt it!
There are probably lots of sexually driven men who are quick to call an escort service or venture on to porn websites. Confidence comes with achieving one minor success after another. One who accumulates successful experiences becomes more confident!
Extroverted outgoing personalities do often appear to me to be insecure. I used to work with a guy that really fits into exactly what he is describing and you are; and I felt that the guy would have benefited from therapy.
I would say, no. Often these types are not confident at all. They end up acting macho, because of their lack of confidence. Like in the movie, What happens in Vegas, with Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher: Ashton's character needs to have (lots of, with different) sex because it fuels his self esteem … He (the character) was actually low on self-esteem due to an overly critical father.
( I know a guy with a lot of sexual energy. He is not overly confident or aggressive, in fact has a hidden lack of aggression. He can pretend otherwise just fine, I notice.)
How do I know they lack confidence? How can I see past the facade? It takes getting to know a person. You can perceive them to be confident, but deep down, you begin to realize it is a well crafted show. They have insecurities, which eventually are revealed through actions. Actually, some people are so used to covering up their insecurities, they won't even admit them. But, one can detect an underlying lack of confidence, based on knowledge of their past history in relation to certain present behaviors. Like the inability to hold down a job due to a lack of eduction, but acting macho in the street world, where others buy their show. ... not potential employers, though. … not, potential girlfriends who want a truly strong, capable person. So these types act. They know they need to develop certain skills directly and not just cover over a lack of ability with a show of false confidence, sometimes displayed as arrogance or cockiness, but usually they, for whatever reason, do not. I just saw it today at court. The worst offenders reveal their weakness in their very stance, or body build. The internal weakness is revealed to the observant despite a cocky attitude.
Or, I could be wrong. Maybe they have a lot of true confidence based on androgens. If so, never mind.
Yes. If you are a wild animal you hunt or nibble according to the dictates of inner instinct. If you are a domesticated animal, you wait for your allotment of hay, grains or slop. If you are a pet, you sit cutely and look up with sad, hungry eyes. If you are a human animal, you pretend you are really something, cuz if you don't, you won't eat at all.
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