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But those who’ve dated across those stereotypes know that’s not the case.Alpha women, Rhodes argues, shouldn't aim for someone who mirrors their own behaviour, they should remember that just as Alpha women aren't demanding bitches, Beta men aren't necessarily passive wimps.
” research data gathered from 2.4 million heterosexual interactions on the dating app, “Are You Interested (AYI)”, shows that Black men responded most to different races, despite the fact that Black women were three times more likely to reply back.VANESSA WILLIAMS DISMISSES LIGHT-SKINNED BIAS IN HOLLYWOOD A similar study released by Ok Cupid found that Black women are the least replied to group, however, they are the most likely to respond - a quarter more often than other women to be exact.The overall statistics revealed that most race and gender blocks, except for Black women, seem to have a preference for other races.There seems to be a common misconception that Alpha Females need to partner up with Alpha Males.In reality, this often leads to a clash when both partners compete for power, dominance and to be ‘on top’ (pardon the pun).However, to acquire the status of Alpha, a female would have to kill a lot more other wolves than a male would. Sonya Rhodes new book, The Alpha Woman Meets Her Match, says that shouldn’t be the case.
Furthermore, to avoid an Alpha-male rising, the Alpha female must have the ability to bully, dominate and even kill the Beta males who insist on attempting to mate with her or otherwise demonstrate their own Alpha status. Rhodes aims to strip the Alpha of its gender clichés; she argues that Alpha women shouldn’t limit themselves to one socioeconomic group or a partner who shares their lifestyle. Common wisdom usually suggests that the alpha man is nature’s winner whilst the Alpha woman is a cold bitch (and the Beta bloke works in IT and still lives with his mum).
“We’ve created the first mobile platform designed for unexpected and constructive flirting,” Lee tells Geek Wire.
Arriving in the App Store this week is Siren, a dating app that gives power to women and ditches the notion of “matching” that is the focus of today’s popular dating services.
– Do you see yourself as emotionally self-sufficient? – Are you likely to get straight to the point in conversations?
Now, of course, there needs to be room for individual differences, personality styles and family backgrounds, but generally, if you responded more YES than NO, the research suggests you may be an Alpha Female.
But Seattle entrepreneur Susie Lee thinks there’s room for another one — a unique tool that lets women make the first move and takes inspiration from Lee’s experience as a respected contemporary digital artist.