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Men look at women a sex objects; women look at men as success objects. Women like men who are generous with money; men like women who are generous in bed.
A man fantasizes about a woman who'll rock his world in the sack; a woman fantasizes about a man who'll rock her world at Tiffany's. Both genders are looking for love For him, nothing says "I love you" like good sex; for her, nothing says "I love you" like financial security. Perhaps Katharine Hepburn was right when she mused: "Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other.
Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then. Each gender has its standard complaint about the other Women lament that all men want is sex, and men grumble that women spend too much money. Could it be true that men and women really DO come from different planets? Men are horn dogs from Mars and women are gold diggers from Venus?
The romantics among us cringe: "Oh no, you've got it all wrong! Love is a matter of the soul and character But it's likely that what some consider "dated stereotypes" may actually be timeless truths. A woman's social currency is her youth, beauty, charm and sexuality; a man's social currency is his professional and financial success. Men gain status by what they do; women gain status by who they're with. Just because it isn't politically correct doesn't mean it isn't true.
Consider the possibility that our attitudes and behaviors concerning money are programmed by thousands of years of evolution, not just a dozen years of childhood socialization. Consider that perhaps the generations of humans who came before us were doing what comes naturally: Men offered protection and provisions, while women offered fertility and family.