1Unattractive women claim men find them intimidating in order to shift the problem on to them, "he can't handle me because he isn't a strong, real man! ", when the reality is that nope, I'm not intimidated, I just think you are unattractive.
I don't When I say a girl is intimidating, it means she is very attractive.
Assumed your next comment was related, it wasn't.My girlfriends smashing looks and ice queen demeanour intimidated me before we got together.I thought she was out of my league, so i played my cards really close when courting her so i was 100% sure that my interest for her was reciprocated.What I have a problem with is when the attempt is made to force men into "admitting" they find them attractive, or to make them feel lesser for not being attracted to her. It's new, it's strange, it's intimidating. A lot of men are intimidated by women just because they're women. Based on my experience in high school, I think "intimidating" is more likely to mean that you are smart, reasonably confident and capable, (and/or possibly an introvert, so you give off the impression that you don't like many people) and a guy feels like he will need to be on his A-game in order to get your attention.You're welcome to do as you please, but women shouldn't act like they should still be able to attract high quality men when they do things men are commonly not attracted to. I'm actually more attracted to women a lot of people call intimidating. But it definitely doesn't mean she's unnatractive. The women either has to be way out of his league or be on steroids. Far more likely is that the word is used out of place. That's men who aren't socially forward and have a barrier to approaching women... Guys that age tend to be really, really insecure, and are afraid of rejection. I'm not saying hide your intelligence or otherwise distort your personality, just be more conscious of the kinds of behaviors that put people at ease. When I went to college (engineering school) and was surrounding by lots of smart guys, suddenly I was deluged with attention, which I found overwhelming and didn't really handle well.These days, I believe in my own worth and sexiness, and the only guy I know who I feel intimidated by is a BDSM Dom/rigger, older than me, who I know I could not feel like an equal if I got involved with him.