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A study conducted with 121 British participants reported findings that females with high intelligence in male/female relationships were seen as problematic.
Their intelligence were predicted to cause problems in the relationships.
When did everyone just want to go to the Bahamas and lie around?
In an article by “The Wire,” financial reporter, John Carney, gives one explanation for this phenomenon, deducing, “successful men date less successful women not because they want 'women to be dumb' but rather because they want 'someone who prioritizes their life in a way that's compatible with how you prioritize yours.'”Basically, they want someone who isn't ever going to let her career come before making dinner and pleasing them first.
Women everywhere are flailing under this double-edged sword.
A beautiful, attractive female isn't desirable for her mind, and those with strong characters are seen as threatening, masculine and undesirable.
The saying should be something closer to “ignorant women get the man and intelligent women never feel bliss.”But why is this?
Why don't men want women with whom they can converse and who challenge them?
When did the aversion to strong and intelligent women become a code orange?
In an article by "The Daily Mail," Minister of Universities David Willetts asserts, “Successful women will have to 'marry down' by choosing partners less qualified than them – and may increasingly select men based on how supportive they might be to their careers, rather than whether they can support them financially.”Judging from the notion that male egos aren't deflating at the same rate at which women are increasing their education, there's an uneven scale here.
Women are getting smarter, but men aren't getting more supportive.