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    Default What could possibly be more seductive than a Male 2?

    I find male 2's (as a concept, and in practice) impossibly sexy. Whose heart wouldn't melt for a man who is tough, proud, passionate about his woman, and very open about his soft side?

    The problem is, male 2s have so many complicated emotions, and being the simple, impatient creature that I am, this can cause confusion.

    Thoughts? Do other people find male 2's impossibly seductive? Male 2s: have you received this type of feedback before?

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    I know two male 2s, I think and one of them is seductive while the other enticing. There is a difference I see in both. But yeah, them guys have got charm that can drawn in assertive gut-type females.

    ...and make them pine, cry, have messy feelings, feel powerless, etc.

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    I think I might like one
    Not sure if I've encountered one very close up though....?
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    Answer:

    A 7w8 male. I've never met a 7w8 male who had trouble getting laid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Answer:

    A 7w8 male. I've never met a 7w8 male who had trouble getting laid.
    Hmp. My father is a 7w8. Not sure I'd ever look at one twice.

    That being said, he was a rockstar in the 60s and boasts that he got laid every night, sometimes with more than one woman. He's also 67 and loyal and married to my mother, but women still notice him all the time. He's a huge flirt. I guess, since I've seen this close up, I'd never fall for it.

    2s are seductive because they care about *me* .... or seem to

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    Haha, 2s don't really get my vows, part because 2s often have issues with defining what is my and their space (they see my space as their space) and I just go omgwtfbbq stop invade my space and shut them away. I also feel that 2s mess up my sense of competency and abilty to be self-sufficient. Now, 4s on the other hand... I don't know why, but when I see a 4 I just get a strong need to protect them emotionally. I can't really say I've noticed any other tendency towards any other enneatype where I feel I'm strongly drawn towards them although I think I've engaged one 1 and a 9 in the past. The rest I don't know. In real life I think many of my good friends have been 8s though but none of it romantic to my knowledge. It's hard to type people based off memory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybe View Post
    Hmp. My father is a 7w8. Not sure I'd ever look at one twice.

    That being said, he was a rockstar in the 60s and boasts that he got laid every night, sometimes with more than one woman. He's also 67 and loyal and married to my mother, but women still notice him all the time. He's a huge flirt. I guess, since I've seen this close up, I'd never fall for it.

    2s are seductive because they care about *me* .... or seem to
    Was he in a band that I have ever heard of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeaT View Post
    Haha, 2s don't really get my vows, part because 2s often have issues with defining what is my and their space (they see my space as their space) and I just go omgwtfbbq stop invade my space and shut them away. I also feel that 2s mess up my sense of competency and abilty to be self-sufficient.
    Yeah, male 2s can be ridiculously charming and I totally understand others' draw to them, but what LeaT is saying here describes my experiences so well. The overeagerness to nurture can feel like a slap in the face; like they just want to feel like you need them. (And then it feels really weirdly one-sided: you like them for who they are, and they like you for who they want to be to you.) I'm sure not all 2s are like that, obviously. But it seems like something they, out of all the types, are most prone to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by decrescendo View Post
    Yeah, male 2s can be ridiculously charming and I totally understand others' draw to them, but what LeaT is saying here describes my experiences so well. The overeagerness to nurture can feel like a slap in the face; like they just want to feel like you need them. (And then it feels really weirdly one-sided: you like them for who they are, and they like you for who they want to be to you.) I'm sure not all 2s are like that, obviously. But it seems like something they, out of all the types, are most prone to.
    I agree that 2s are prone to it. I am not saying all 2s are like this. However, this is my experience with 2s in the past.

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