How easy is it for a woman to seduce a man who was not initially interested?

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  1. SpiffyD profile image76
    SpiffyDposted 11 years ago

    How easy is it for a woman to seduce a man who was not initially interested?

    Sometimes, attractive women actually target men who are married or otherwise unavailable, hoping to break through their defense. Are most men equipped to deal with this? Or would many men fall if pursued by a woman they consider attractive?

  2. raxit02 profile image60
    raxit02posted 11 years ago

    Very very easy. I think, I need not to explain those details. Because has been a truth since the ages....the women are blessed with enough power of seducing us--the males (except a few supermen).What do you say?

  3. sam3m profile image59
    sam3mposted 11 years ago

    it is amazingly easy to seduce the average man.  we're easy.  some men may resist the advances of a woman with difficulty, but overall, most not successfully.

  4. junkseller profile image82
    junksellerposted 11 years ago

    I tend to think a real man should rise above the chains of primitive desires. A real man is the master of his being, and for him, a woman's seductions, if malicious, are insulting. Their emptiness has no power. I can't speak for other men, but I personally wouldn't have to waste an ounce of energy on a succubus.

  5. dashingscorpio profile image84
    dashingscorpioposted 11 years ago

    I think it's fairly easy for the average man to be seduced by a "beautiful sexy woman". Men don't have nearly the experience women have when it comes to having the opposite sex (hit on them). For most guys having a "Drop Dead Gorgeous" looking woman come onto them is right up there with winning the lottery!!! LOL!

    The rarer something is the more valuable it appears to be.
    A guy might look at this "opportunity" as a (once in lifetime) fantasy come to life.

    Women on the other hand are use to having guys hit on them (all the time). Therefore a guy hitting on them lacks the "wow factor". If a woman rejects a man she knows it won't be long before another one gives it his best shot.

    Some men have NEVER been hit on by a beautiful or even average looking woman. It would be a real ego boost for them to have that effect on a woman.

    Women know this and many of them will flirt with guys they have no real interest in just to get some type of advantage (a cut in line, a better seat, help lifting heavy bags, changing a flat tire....etc) They know when it comes to most men:
    "Flattery will get you everywhere!"

  6. zduckman profile image61
    zduckmanposted 11 years ago

    Cris Rock said it best in Bigger and Blacker....if sex is chasing just can't run that fast. If she wants to seduce you ....GOOD LUCK denying her

  7. MellyMoo profile image60
    MellyMooposted 11 years ago

    I must say, I agree with dashingscorpio.  He made some very good points.  In my younger days, I would target certain men, (although, I would NEVER have if I knew they were taken) knowing that I would get them ..... isn't this terrible!!!  I was hardly ever knocked back.  (I was abit cheeky and naughty back then!!! hehe) Most men are certainly not equipped to deal with a woman on a mission that is for sure.  You see, physical attractiveness is not all that it is about.  I did not consider myself amazingly good looking but I have always had a smile, sense of humour, sense of fun and ability to talk and relate and get along with pretty much anyone.  Interesting question!

  8. stricktlydating profile image84
    stricktlydatingposted 11 years ago

    I'm reasonably confident in seducing a man I'm interested in.  But if he's not interested in me (Or otherwise a taken man) then it's not going to happen.  He will usually tell me that he's flattered by my attention but.... (Inserts his reason for disinterest here)...


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