Star of Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke, has confessed a penchant for the cuddlier man. Speaking to People magazine, the actress claims she is more into men with a “dad bod” than a chiselled torso. "I want someone who is super smart, can make me laugh, has like a dad bod," Clarke says. "I don't need no six-pack. Like, I ain't kicking it out of bed for sure, but every character I've been with has been too perfect." ... "Genuinely my ideal man is someone who, I know every woman says this but I mean this from the bottom of my heart, someone whose brain is as big as their funny bone."
Lol. More shitcuntary from the deeps of shitcuntary. This is pretty much her way of trying to defeat the AWALT stereotype. It's her way of trying to appear like a sophisticated woman who isn't like the rest. "I am not like THOSE women who go for tall, buff, masculine alpha types, I am smart so I go for smart men with brains instead of brawn because I am such a smart sophisticated woman".
Bullshit. It's her trying to market herself as "better" than other women, and to cleverly elevate her popularity as an actress. She was probably told to say it by her manager, in fact.
If you hear women talking like this, ignore it and know they are full of shit. How many times have you heard it from women. "I want a man who is nice, caring, sweet, a gentleman, a good guy, someone who is there for me and emotional. I don't care if he's skinny, short [insert any other negative physical attribute]". Then they flick their beans at a buff muscled alpha in the bar, workplace or on Tinder and OKCupid, only ignoring -- or even abusing -- the soft-bodied, beta-faced, low-test "nice guys".
I've heard that from just about every woman I've come across in my life. That the way to get a woman isn't to be a muscular in shape masculine alpha, but to be a nice sweet caring emotional nice guy. We all learned, most of us the hard way, that its all 100% bullshit. This is no different. Lift, eat right, stay in shape. No matter how many times you hear it, and how many articles you see online about how women are attracted to the soft, low-muscled dad bod, ignore it all.