Well if u put it like that I will pay the bill and when you get curled up next to this 100 % male treat I tell u cum on with it my sweet midnight treat and stop trying too take my place at the dinner table. And when it's over you'll leave a tip on the night stand and it want be money it will say thanks babe I love u.
I had been in a relationship with a fairly wealthy woman, around 2 million, and I have to say that when you are in a relationship, at least to me, it still has to be about the couple regardless of anything else. I don't have anywhere near that kind of money, but can live well the way I am. ie: no money worries, sex life was incredible to say the least, but other issues crept in just like any other couple. All the money in the world, and the amazing physical relationship does not overcome teh typical things that can come between 2 people. In addition to all of that... I don't believe a big bank account means success. I have been very successful with my careers and she was actually intimidated by the tremendous successes that I had and what , where and with whom I had opportunity to be with while in those carreers. There has to be first, a physical attraction, and form then on..the normal things after that with commonalilty of interests......if you want more detail you can certainly contact me....
I can't imagine being intimidated by anything: looks, money, intelligence, you name it. However that doesn't mean I will like you. To be more specific, if you are a sociopath, sucessful psychopath, or narcissistic queen I probably won't give you the time of the day, but it certainly isn't because of intimidation. I might not like your lifestyle either.. I am just not built to float around the ocean or fly around the world sipping on booze and looking pretty, but that isn't intimation either.. I like to accomplish good things every now and then, not just be useless. So the answer is: no.
It's not likely that any man would feel intimidated by a womans wealth, he may feel inadequate but not intimidated.
As far as a man feeling inadequate, I think that depends on how you treat him, what respect is shown and how you communicate about the issues.
I dated a woman on here who earns about $35 million a year, owns her own Gulfstream, condos in Aspen, Malibu, Manhatten etc and a 140' yacht. She was the most judgmental woman I have ever met. She was fine as long as you pushed back at her attitude but that gets old after awhile.
On the other hand, I have a buddy who is dating a woman with a $100 million net worth and they get along famously.
Personally, I would be more concerned about all the other issues and not about how much $$$ she has in the bank.
I only joined this site because of this post lol, personally I would love it. I couldnt care less if I earned 10% of what my partner earned. It is so nice to be on the other foot and not having to pay for everything, and its very special when a woman wants to treat you to things. There is a reason why she would be earning so much so good luck to her and well deserved as well. Relationships are two way things and if money is taken care of through my partner I would make up for it in other areas.
I've been with very wealthy women, and I've been with women who live paycheck-to-paycheck. I'm not intimidated by what you make or what you're worth, as long as you don't make me feel inferior because of it.
I actually prefer ladies with some net worth. Lets me know that a prenup agreement is not an insult. I also find that while the ladies are more cautious with their money not throwing it away to impress the neighbors. Many ladies that are not high net worth, just do not act well in the environment.
The solution is simple- make it clear in initial points of contact that your financial advisor has "locked up" most of your Net Worth and has you on a budget.
Having worked 30 plus years in the securities industry I have seen some interesting corporate/personal structures that prevent someone from being able to make claim against your assets. You should put such structures in place now rather later and stick to keeping your assets separate.
I have found that I am somehow much less attractive when the fact that my Net Worth is impaired.
I'm not intimidated by a weathy woman or a beautiful woman. I think if you feel confident in youself it doesn't matter about the other person's weathy, beauty, etc. I find we all have our problems, insecurities, and foibles no matter what we have to offer. None of us are perfect. I figure wealthy or beautiful women are no different than other people once we look inside.