Good artice, but I disagree with some of the message here.
This sounds like a more typical non-wealthy mindset embracing a point of view that maes other non-wealthy individuals, the majority, feel a bit better.
To begin with, it follows a stereotypical path of pitching money VS "sexiness" where the wealthy man becomes a strawman of "rich but not sexy".
As if wealth and sexiness were mutually exclusive as if a wealthy man couldn't be the sexiest guy in the club. He might be dull AF, of course, but he has pretty much the same chances of being sexy as a poor guy. As a matter of fact, probably slightly higher as confidence and wealth are linked-.
I don't agree that women don't get anything short term from wealth.
For one, they get to experience the luxury lifestile. That's very attractive for some women, especially the ones who are not used to it.
Just thing about it: wWhat's more exciting, driving home in a cab or in a Ferrari? Hell, even as a guy I'd almost go with someone if he let me drive one.
Going to the extremes, what's more likely to be memorable, waiting for the bus or driving in a chauffered car?
A wealthy man can probably also provide memorable short adventures better than most poor men can.
Get on the car and we'll fly a private jet to some exotic destination, no queues. Far more exciting than having to share a 3-seater with some oversized fella nearby.
Logistics are part of the benefits, but don't stop there.
Wealth can be a major force multiplier, and there is nothing wring with that.
it's just another tool that one can put to good use.
And for the above comment on Trump and his wife being disgusted by him, that's different. Trump is a sociopath who seeks power and his life resents his domineering ways.
My two cents.
High quality website here and Alek is one of the most impressive seducers I have ever read from.