years ago i was dating a nice girl and i asked her why she was dating a guy like me (yes, i was a bad boy) and she said for two reasons. one was that she found bad boys sexy because they were so wild and the other reason was because she hoped that some day she could get me to become a good boy. ya, like that would ever happen.
probably because women are generally good themselves and as they say opposites attract, so they like something that is bad. On a serious note, it could be a psychological effort looking for balance- where the woman is confident to rein in, when a bad man crosses his limits, too much of plain goodness is not any fun!
I think it's because these bad boys have a charm that is able to attract girls.So,even though knowing that the guy is bad, they helplessly fall for those bad guys.The girls themselves can't figure out what they like about those bad guys as they also want to be with good ones.But end up loving them due to their charisma.
Because they are a challenge and they have the hope that they can turn them into good men. You might as well talk to a shoe. What is so sad is that when these 'relationships' fall down, the women are devastated that the relationships did not work out as they expected. There is so much effort to turn a bad boy around, save your energy, pick a good one and let him treat you like you deserve to be treated.. respectfully.
Some men also choose to always bad women,s
The issue is not in the box; God says in the Quran :
Vile women for vile men, and vile men for vile women; and virtuous women for virtuous men, and virtuous men for virtuous women; such are innocent of what these people say; for them are forgiveness, and an honourable sustenance.
Attraction is not a choice. Who your friends are also the kind of people you attract. Did you notice with emotional women attracts bad guys like me. But if you change your thinking - like you write down everything believable about the guy you love, like him, love him, one day you will have that person.
Bad is a misnomer - I think people misjudge others by the way they act, their clothes, etc. I consider a male "bad" if he hit women like a punching bag. But if he hit you with bad words that's another thing. I'm considered bad because I miss my bath, tactless, not romantic but I know women like me because they don't complain.
Women find bad boys sexy and challenging. Sexy because they do what they want. And challenging because they would want to change the guy eventually. It's just woman's nature to do so.
I suspect they find them to be confident, exciting, unpredictable, passionate, challenging, strong willed...etc Some women probably feel having to "earn" or "compete" with other women for a "bad boy's love" (makes it more valuable) than being given love "freely" from a "nice guy". These are the same women who live according to the quote;
"We ignore those who adore us and adore those who ignore us."
I imagine there are others who mistake "drama" for love. A lot of women just find "nice guys" to be too boring, too nice, or see them as being weak. They avoid them to keep from hurting them.
Having said all of the above from my observations it appears most of these women eventually outgrow the "bad boy phase" as they get older and become more practical about life. This has probably contributed to such clichés as "Nice guys finish last" or "Bad boys have all the fun and nice guys get the left-overs".
Thankfully there are over 7 billion people living on this planet, which means there is someone for everyone!
I don't think bad boys have charisma. There are bad guys who are quiet yet bossy and intimidating. They take risks more which is out of the norm for most women as they prefer something secure. With a bad boy, they know at some point they will get taken care of. Now for the women who flock to ex-cons and murderers it is probably a sense of power or something.
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