There was a time when all single heterosexual men in society could confidently expect to find a woman to marry. Many men and women exchanged vows as young as 18 years of age, and usually no later than the age of 30.
Then, a number of developments emerged in society between 1960 and 1974 that ultimately changed the dating and relationships landscape forever. New methods of birth control, the Second Wave of Feminism, and the Sexual Liberation Movement (or what some referred to as ‘The Sexual Revolution’) all contributed to a major shift in beliefs and attitudes among women regarding how comfortable they felt engaging in multiple episodes of premarital sex and non-monogamous ‘casual’ sex with men of their choice.
What has been the end result? Now, many women do not seek just one man to fulfill all of their needs. Instead, many women now ‘compartmentalize’ male companions to satisfy different needs and desires of theirs. Consequently, now women view men in one of these four general categories:
- Total Alpha males
- Alpha males with a few Beta traits and tendencies
- Beta males with a few Alpha traits and tendencies
- Total Beta males
Total Alpha males are the men who women are drawn to because of their high degree of masculinity and raw sex appeal, and they generally seek these men out for the purpose of sexual enjoyment and satisfaction only. Most women have no desire to enter into a long-term romantic relationship or marriage with men from this category.
Alpha males with a few Beta traits and tendencies are the men who a good number of women ideally want to date and marry, and particularly women who are extremely feminine and are looking for their boyfriend or husband to be the designated leader in the relationship or marriage.
Beta males with a few Alpha traits and tendencies are the men who many women gravitate toward because of these men’s level of education, their high degree of career success and financial success, and their very entertaining and extremely accommodating personalities. These are the men who are generally viewed by women as great ‘financial provider’ types for their wives and children.
Total Beta males are the men who women turn to when they strongly desire for a man to become their dependable ‘male girlfriend’ and/or ‘play brother.’ Women depend on these men to offer them an occasional ‘ego boost’ to their self-esteem as well as an ’empathetic listening ear’ when they are experiencing problems and frustrations with the men who they have spent time with romantically and sexually.
Part One of this audiobook covers a brief overview of the history of strictly monogamous marriages in the United States and how marriage benefited the father of the bride and the father of the groom.
Part Two of the audiobook goes into detail about the four types of Alpha males and Beta males listed above, and Currie also discusses how Dr. Sigmund Freud’s theoretical concept of the Madonna / Whore Complex affects the psychology of many men, and ultimately contributes to the type of women who men choose for long-term romantic companions and marriage partners and the type of women who men seek to only engage in one or more episodes of short-term non-monogamous ‘casual’ sex with.
In Part Three of the audiobook, Currie discusses the Men’s Rights Movement (MRM), the Men Going Their Own Way movement (MGTOW), and Currie’s own ‘six harsh realities’ regarding the current state of dating and relationships for contemporary dating singles.
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