Her strengths: She's got great skin and a long neck, and she gives you long back rubs with wacky oils.
You can sometimes identify a Daniel Cleaver by the power of social media: his Facebook profile is locked down tighter than that of an MI5 agent, yet his status updates are “liked” by reams of women and rarely any men. The commitment-phobe These are the guys who you might describe as serial-monogamists.
Her strengths: She goes to yoga, too, but it's the easy kind that's more about "connection to the self" than sculpting a smoking bod. Her bedroom persona: She'll do anything, including some things that scare you. She wants to have your kids, take care of them, and take care of you.
"Some guys draw a great deal of ego satisfaction from providing for a family, and there is nothing wrong with that," says Masini.
Strauss says, "This is a woman who really wants to make a deep connection with life, and a man who wants the same could be really into her." Fisher says that independent, analytical, or creative guys could find her alternative view fascinating.
Her weaknesses: Remember, Strauss notes, "These women are almost exclusively interested in men who are into the same stuff they are." Love her, love her lifestyle.
Her strengths: She knows where all the dive bars are and all the art shows with free wine.