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Ayesha Curry is slowly transitioning her husband Stephen Curry into the man of her dreams.

"She's tired of Steph being the nice guy... She's trying to bring out the gangsta in Steph Curry before she cheats on him," said Young Men's Daily Red Pill.

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Similarly, Ciara Wilson chased thugs most of her adult life before she finally settled on nice guy, Russell Wilson.

Not content to just be the wife of the NFL's richest quarterback, Ciara is trying to change him into the man she really wants between her sheets.

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Dr. Wendy Walsh explains that women like Ayesha and Ciara love emotionally unavailable men for a number of reasons.

One reason is because they were abused by a trusted male role model when they were younger.

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Dr. Walsh says these women have an Anxious Attachment Disorder. One third of all American women suffered some form of child abuse, and that abuse often came at the hands of someone they loved.

Walsh explains they only know inconsistent behavior from their men. So they seek out emotionally unavailable men "because they're hoping to make daddy love them this time."

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"They're actually more attracted to the guy who is less caregiving," says Dr. Walsh.

Even when women have an attentive, loving, giving man - they still lust after thugs.

Dr. Walsh explains that some women are simply insecure and they confuse a man's swagger and emotional unavailability with self-confidence.

"He's aloof, he's cool. I'm going to be the one to change him. I'm going to be the on to make the bad love me, because then I'll be able to love myself better."

Dr. Walsh says if you learn to love yourself first, you'll realize that bad boys are the one thing you definitely don't need.

Check out Dr. Walsh's video below.
 

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Most women are attracted to men who are macho or masculine in appearance and behavior. But certain women prefer men who are more feminine.

According to Psychology Today, macho men have exaggerated masculine traits that women find valuable. They also think macho men are more virile and make good biological fathers.

Women who prefer feminine men usually have a past history that includes physical abuse or rape. Such women consider feminine men to be more sensitive, gentler and kinder than masculine men.

"In some circumstances, masculine qualities are more valuable. In others, a more feminine partner might be the better choice. The results of 15 years of research consistently show that women prefer masculine men more for a short-term fling than for marriage, perhaps because macho men are generally less committed."

A research study by Glasgow University's Iris Holzleitner tested 500 women who rated the attractiveness of a set of male faces that had been manipulated to appear more feminine or more masculine.

Holzleitner found that, generally, women most preferred male faces that were moderately masculine.

Women also differed in their preferences according to their own attractiveness: Women who thought they were highly attractive didn't find feminine male faces very attractive at all.

Women who thought of themselves as less attractive were more attracted to men with feminine features, according to Holzleitner.

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