Since we’re dealing in fish metaphors here, let’s talk about the behavior of actual fish, specifically pond cichlids, which are “typically monogamous during the mating season.” friend, explains, when there are more males than females, female fish become choosier, but a kind of patriarchy ensues, with the males jealously guarding their females.When females are made more present, though, male desertion rates more than double, from 22 percent to 51 percent.I heard from women that local Miami men who never moved away are “kind of ghetto bros” that “haven’t grown up,” while men thought Miami women who stayed put weren’t as worldly — “they eat sushi with mayonnaise” one man told me.One guy, while defending his nearly lifelong Miamian status (he was born elsewhere but moved here as a baby and went to UM), said “Yeah, I never moved away, but I travel! ” No one seems willing to date someone who’s living at home or with abuelita.Gentlemen – view a few of our female clients As a gentleman member of Elite Connections, you can be certain that each introduction will be one of complete enjoyment in every way.
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Having more female fish in the sea makes the male fish less likely to commit because they have so many choices. People are more complex than cichlids, which I presume are not looking for a mate that can fulfill their emotional urges as well.
While men didn’t exactly say every woman in Miami is a superficial gold digger, they did say they found ladies here to be more standoffish and guarded than in other cities, which makes sense if women perceive men to approach them with, let’s say, different relationship goals.