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In other words, women (and men) with too much of one energy are no longer as appealing as they used to be decades ago.
Two problems for women and for men, but for the sake of answering your question, I’ll focus on women.
Men and women have been catching up to this “wholeness” way of being and embracing their duality of (feminine and masculine) energies and in the process finding inner balance of both energies.
What’s happening now is that men with a healthy balance of both masculine and feminine energies are drawn to and attracted to women with a healthy balance of both energies.
Balanced Energies; something the “all masculine” man is not capable of being because he’s not done what it takes to be that balanced male.
In my humble opinion, the question is not so much why is it so hard for a strong and successful woman to find a strong and successful man, but what can a strong and successful woman do to attract an equally strong and successful man?
The ones drawn to the “feminine me” are the Alpha Male macho type guys that just don’t do a thing for me. I’m also not attracted to men who have no drive or desire to be successful.
Put simply, just like”strong and successful” men are drawn to women who are very ‘feminine”, “strong and successful” women are more attractive to men who are looking for women who can play the “male role”.
Confusing masculine and feminine energies with male or female or man or woman limits our ultimate potential by limiting our true understanding of who we really are.
It is a huge loss for our romantic interactions – how we connect and relate as male and female, man and woman That said, let’s be real.
At one time I worked with a love coach who told me that men unless they are feminine energy men lose “respect” (translate attraction) for successful women because successful women put out too much masculine energy.
So I’ve been dressing feminine and acting feminine and doing everything they say feminine women should do to attract a man, but I don’t feel like myself and I think men sense it too.