Sure. I'm not suggesting that there aren't some women who are approachable when it comes to guys falling outside that range. I'm suggesting that most all of them are approachable for guys falling within that range, even if some of them are also approachable for guys falling outside it.You make it sound like that "definition" you posted work's for all women....
They are many who like the entitled jackass who flaunts his money around....
Apparently, that's the problem. He thinks all women (should) want his attention. That they don't seems to really bother him.It has been explained that most women have perfected the unapproachable bitch look in order to avoid unwanted attention. I don't understand why it bothers you when you should be looking at it as a good thing because you know without having to give it a 2nd thought that she does not want your attention. Take it for what it is... a form of communication without having to say a word.
Perceived approachability usually says more about the prospective approacher than the prospective approach-ee.
Almost all women respond well to genuineness and casual confidence. They may of may not prove interested in what's being offered (which of course depends in part on what it is that's actually being offered), but they'll usually be friendly - they'll usually seem approachable - when someone demonstrates those characteristics.
In other words, almost all women are approachable to the extent that a given guy:
(1) is himself,
(2) being himself means being something other than
(a) an arrogant ####### who thinks he's entitled to whatever he wants
(b) an insecure loser who doesn't think he deserves anything.
More or less, it's about that simple.
I've worked hard to disable my freak magnet but it still lurks within, so I'm fairly picky about which strangers will get Smiling Friendly Chatty Vrai and which will get Snarling GTFAFM Vrai. So if you think I'm a stuck up bitch, that means you've pinged my freak alarm. Don't blame me, it's not my fault you're a freak.