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"A Man Who Loves Women is Loved by Women" - By Zan Perrion
"There is a subset of men who move among women with ease.
Who are these men and why are they allowed to roam unhindered in the land of women?
What qualities do they possess that compel women to allow them liberties not afforded to other men?
What causes women to be drawn to them like proverbial moths to the flame?
What sets these men apart from other men?
We assume it is because they have things like animal magnetism and confidence, the ability to light up a room with sheer force of presence. But what does any of this really mean?
Why do these men seem to have this presence while others do not?
The answer is this: these men love women and are not afraid to show it.
A man who loves women is loved by women.
This is a law of the universe. All radiance, all confidence, all charisma is a natural result of their deep, abiding, irrepressible love for women. And women, in turn, love these men with all their hearts.
These are the true lovers of women, the secret, the unknown, the mystical ones. These men inhabit an entirely different sphere, a realm outside the usual mass of men. They move freely in the land of women. They win.
A man who loves women is loved by women. This motif is embroidered upon everything he says and does in life. Therein lies the power. And the difference. He never apologizes for the fact that he is a man and she is a woman and that he loves women.
He never hides it ever. It is always the first thing out of his mouth. If she asks him something like, "So... what made you decide to visit this city?", he will smile and say, "Why? Because I love women, that's why. What's your name again?"
A man who loves women never needs to dominate a room by being loud or boisterous or ridiculously animated. Instead, he shakes hands readily and firmly, he smiles and nods at everyone he sees, he winks at all the girls.
He treats all women the same, giving each of them his full attention, kissing their hands and winking all around. When he focuses on one, there is no one else in the world.
He includes. He shares. He leans in to her, giving of himself, inviting her to share of herself in return. He smiles with his eyes and his whole being. It doesn't matter at all what he says to her. What matters is the way he says it. And he makes sure that all the other women see the special attention he is lavishing on her, for their turn will come.
A man who loves women has an effect that is pure alchemy, everything transformed into gold. A woman is completely different in his presence, for there is something about him and the way he chooses to see her, something that makes her somehow, well... soften. She softens. She becomes a girl again, in his presence.
A woman always responds to a man who loves women. She recognizes that she is in the presence of a man who chooses to see the beauty in her, who chooses to celebrate her, who chooses to see her in a certain light. And she willingly steps into that light, for he is a true lover of women, that rarest of men.
His poise is warm, calm, and radiant. An inviting spirit. And yet his energy is electric--simmering, palpable, charged--a vital current. She knows that he would never take anything from her, and yet would happily share everything with her. She knows that his respect for her is sublime and yet if she spends any time in his presence, he will bend her over without hesitation and with delight. She knows this. All women do.
A man who loves women is impossible and impertinent and any continuance with him is entirely out of the question. And yet... she can't stop thinking about him. She calls her girlfriends and says, "I met this guy last night... I can't stop thinking about him."
Other men? Other men openly dismiss him, yet secretly admire him, a reluctant veneration, like a pagan deity in whom they are unable to believe..."
~ Zan Perrion
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