One problem that continually crops up among women and men both in my social interaction is the mistaken belief that I'm "weak".
I have never been able, in my entire life, to shake this image. Despite alpha body language, despite all attempts to work out and improve my body into a more muscular form, the fact remains that I am still a skinny rail of a man who women are not particularly convinced can protect them.
My DHV's designed to flip the "protector of women" attraction switch often fall flat, they just don't beleive me.
This problem manifested itself unexpectedly yesterday when i was out with my buddy and his wife. My dude was talking about a time me and him got into a fight with the wrong people at the wrong bar a few years back and had to literally fight our way through a hostile crowd to the front door and escape or get badly hurt or killed.
His wife looked at me in incredulity and said "Him?? He can fight?" to which my dude responded that he had seen me personally whip the shit out of enough people that he himself wouldn't want to take me on becuase he knows we'd both end up in the hospital.
This is what I'm talking about. This constant and false image of weakness. It is often a strength for me in confrontations becuase other guys never dream that I'm a "sleeper" and end up getting hurt bad because they underestimate me.
But this is a game killer otherwise. I don't understand why, merely because I'm not some big muscular guy that I'm always being judged as inferiorly weak. It is annoying as hell becuase I've fought against it my entire life and it is the one game killer that I cannot change and it really holds me back.