As a man: how to lead women towards thinking and behaving more like this sub-reddit advocates?

I've always been a bit of a plain jane, in terms of the way I present myself. I don't wear flashy, super revealing clothing. I just wear nice things that fit me but are kind of plain. The most jewelry I'll wear is a pair of earrings or bracelet, and that's if I'm going somewhere nice.

I think it depends on the girl. For example, I've always been naturally a caretaker. I've found that what makes me happy is making sure others are happy and well provided for. I was lucky to learn this when I had my younger siblings to look after, as I was at an age where I could have been their mother really. I cooked and cleaned and maintained the house and I was happy. When they moved overseas, I missed it tremendously. I didn't get my first boyfriend until I was 23 (and he is my SO still today) because I was picky and not interested in wasting time. So I cook and clean and take care of him and remind him of things because it comes naturally to me, and because I love to make him happy.

That said, I wore makeup when we were first dating. Quite a bit of it. He told me about how his ex would never let him see her without makeup- she would sleep with it on, and in the morning race to the bathroom to reapply. I decided that I would never want that. And so I took off my makeup in front of him and to my surprise he told me I look much better without it. Maybe I apply it wrong, I don't know, but I haven't worn it since. It's liberating. He said it's so refreshing to be able to touch my face and rub my face into his shirt without worrying about makeup coming off.

Honestly, I'm not sure what to tell you. It will depend entirely on her personality. If she's anything like me, she will be reserved, but friendly when spoken to. You will have to find a girl that's naturally submissive to an extent, one that values what her partner wants, one that has traditional values. It's hard, but they're out there. And while you won't be able to change anyone too much, a bit of encouragement will really help-- reassuring her she doesn't need excessive adornments, etc.

Good luck!

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