How to correct 3 Common Mistakes Trying To Start A Woman's Sexual Motor
It’s Not In Your Looks
You can have a perfect forehead, chin, smile, and even a perfect pair of dimples
but none of these will start a woman’s sexual motor. You can work out at the gym
all week long, week after week and look like Mr. Atlas, but you aren’t going to
start a woman’s sexual motor with your muscles.
Granted, you might get her attention for a brief moment – just like any other
kind of abnormality she might notice would get her attention – but your looks
won’t turn her sexual motor on. Why? Once a woman decides to enter into a
relationship, looks no longer matter to her – if they ever mattered to her at
Now, I’m not dismissing the necessity for neatness, trimness, and cleanliness.
These are things a woman expects of a man. But, they are not what start her
It’s Not In What You Have
You can wave big wads of cash around. You can wear Armani suits. You can wear a
Rolex. You can drive a super expensive car. You can flaunt any other material
possessions in front of a woman and you simply aren’t going to turn her on. (As
obvious as this may seem, there are men worldwide trying to capture a woman’s
attention by means of their possessions.)
The danger with this approach is that you may trigger her “greed factor” such
that she is attracted to you in terms of what she can “get” from you. But,
because she’s not being true to herself, sex will be something she despises.
This phenomenon can easily be seen in “marriages” where an attractive young
woman is married to an old and wealthy man. Both the man and the woman know that
the marriage is based on purely selfish motives and nobody’s sexual motor has
ever been started based on selfishness.
It’s Not Your Social Status
Many men mistakenly believe that if they were in a position of prominence, or if
they were a celebrity, or if they held some kind of high-profile social rank,
that they would then be able to start a woman’s sexual motor.
And in fact, there are cases where a woman is attracted to a high social status
man simply for the attention and prestige that being affiliated with such a man
will bring to her.
But once again, this kind of a relationship is founded on shallow and hollow
premises. And, as it has been proven again and again, the very thing the woman
was attracted to will soon become the thing she despises the most. And when a
woman despises, her sexual motor is definitely turned off.
The number of women throughout history who have left high-profile men in favor
of a “no-name” man is incalculable. In fact, the tabloid magazines show us this
phenomenon on a regular basis – where some starlet has dumped the celebrity she
has been dating and is now dating some unknown man who is just short of being
down-right ugly. Why would women do this? Because the “no-name” guy clearly
knows how to start her sexual motor while the prominent guy did not.