Or you just can't be bothered pursuing dizzy girls.....
And how is 'being the prize' different from being 'God's gift to women'? Crazy women might like arrogance, but you risk scaring off the right kind of woman.
I am not going to adapt myself to how women's behavior is supposed to be today. I am my own person, and will expect a woman to adapt herself to me. That process ideally starts with her pursuing me. Reverse that equation, and you have given your masculine power away....
Since when is unwillingness to adapt to get what you want 'masculine power?' 'You' are capable of exhibiting a wide array of potential behaviors, based on context and experience, that are all equally 'you' and that, practiced enough over time, will become whatever you identify with. And 'power,' in its simplest definition, is the ability to get what you want. If you don't want/need/desire
sex, that's cool--but let's not pretend that, if you do want/need/desire
sex, there is any virtue in not being proactive in that pursuit in the most effective, efficient way possible.
Furthermore, let's apply your logic to other endeavors:
- Most days, I don't like working out, but I like being in shape. Therefore, I should be able to be in shape without working out and working out is fake behavior anyway and I'm not just some meathead.
- Most days, I don't like waking up early & sitting in front of my computer, but I like making money. Therefore, I should be able to get money without doing all that and waking up early and sitting in front of my computer is fake behavior and only sociopaths care about money and get ahead.
- I don't like applying for jobs--filling out applications & interviewing & not hearing back. The right job will be the one that contacts me.
See how ridiculous that sounds? Listen, this world does not give a fvck how you think
it should be or how you think
things should work or how you think
things used to work in some golden past. If you are not getting what you want, then that is 100% on you, and you're free to hold out for some perfect alignment of events so that everything perfectly falls into place, but I have one life & I'm going to make the most of it & take all the necessary risks to give myself the best chance to live the best life possible.
If I were you, I'd be more afraid of never meeting the right kind of women in the first place--since you have things rationalized to take all the burden of performance, risk & rejection off of yourself--than I would be scaring her away from a little arrogance