Walk around some areas of Central London on a weekday and you will notice the alpha male and female. They are the people
Romance Writers Told This Type of Hero Would Never Sell. These Authors Showed How Hot They Could Be.
When I first began writing romance novels there were very few rules, including the book must end happily and do not write a sports hero. Seriously--even though women crush on them in real life (Hello, Beckham)--they were deemed off limits if you wanted to sell a romance.
Growing up as a product of the '60s and women's lib, which by the way did awesome things when it came to opening doors to previously unattainable careers for women, I learned to follow a philosophy of never needing a man except to make a baby. So like many women of our generation, I became a powerhouse who stepped on men regardless of their feelings.
I wouldn't dream of suggesting that guys like Elliott Rodgers just need an excellent professor in a women's studies class
Remember Finding Nemo? Well, if the movie were true to biology, then after Coral (Nemo's mom) was eaten by the barracuda, Marlin (Nemo's dad) would have changed sex into a female, and then she may have even had incestuous relations with Nemo. Not exactly Disney material.
Fewer alpha males? Those strange regions don't code for proteins, which carry out a gene's instructions in the body, but