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Money is very important to the materialistic type of woman. These pampered vacuous types don't want a normal loving relationship. It's all about their selfish needs and nothing else. Fortunately, they're easily detectable if you're smart enough to look beyond the fake exterior.
A simple question like "What do you look for in a partner?" can tell you a lot about them if you're unsure. Words such as generous, solvent and ambitious usually gives the game away.
I totally agree. Funny thing is if you tell some suckers that not every woman is a gold digger, the very men you're trying to help will attempt to cut your throat. Most men will simply believe that all women only want money. Probably most of those men have really low self esteem, because they don't believe their presence has at least as much value as a woman's. They value women's very presence very highly and assign a negative value to themselves. They feel they are unworthy and that money is the ultimate equalizer. Well it's not. Money only attracts vultures. Nothing good about that. And as I was stating in another thread, even today, many women with careers not only pay for themselves but also even pay their husbands'.
There are those women who do value love higher of course but unfortunately they're in the minority where the Anglosphere is concerned and aren't easy to find especially in this day and age. That's why a lot of guys look abroad because the odds of finding a woman who isn't solely money motivated and yearns for a loving relationship increase to quite a degree.
For most of the Anglosphere women I've interacted with, the masses are bored working-class or lower middle class women and the biggest things would be mojo, charisma, personal charm, health/fitness/looks, someone who makes them feel entertained, excited, lifted to a new level, or brought up a notch socially. His income is secondary but the leverage is still quite real. Getting into the professional classes and above, earnings and perceived status tend to be a bigger consideration. For what it's worth, a lot of women at that level would prefer someone in a respected occupation (a lobbyist, a corporate man, a lawyer, stockbroker, surgeon, high ranking civil servant) over an entrepreneur who earned more but worked in a less prestigious occupation.
Foreign women I've interacted with tend to normally be OK with a man's status and earnings if they are ordinary women from very poor contries. Money or not, you represent a step up in the world. Getting into somewhat developed countries (Brazil, Colombia, China, eastern Europe) money has a lot more leverage.
One of the obvious problems with feminism is that with women's incomes rising relative to men's, or surpassing them, there's an ever-shrinking pool of men who would be considered acceptable suitors.