Published Tuesday, 17 September 2013
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Writer Kate Mulvey believes men are intimidated by strong women and claims the reason she is still single at 50 is because the men she has dated throughout her life have been intimidated by her intelligence and wit.
She told presenters Phillip Schofield and Emma Willis: "I always find that if you outshine a man, or you disagree with him - and that you have a better opinion - that they don't dislike intelligent women per se.
"But I think when you challenge them, in the style a man would challenge a man, they feel uncomfortable."
"I don't think men have evolved (from the 1950s).
"Because men have been the economic provider, when you do outshine them, when you are number one, when they do have to play second fiddle, they do on some level feel emasculated."
Society is uncomfortable with intelligent women
However Kate also pointed out that the female species is not 100% innocent in the whole matter.
She explained "I also think women tend to dumb down...because they sort of think "I'm going to upset the fragile male ego".
"Women will always play the hair flicking game.
However Journalist Martin Daubney strongly disagrees with Kate's claims, arguing that she may perhaps just be anti-men.
He felt it was insulting to say that men don't find clever women attractive and believes Kate's views to be very much out-dated.
He said: "My missus has a psychology degree; I think it's essential to have a woman who has intellectual parity.
"You can't just rely on beauty.
"Modern men are quite happy to take second place if their partners are earning more money than them or doing better than them. Great, it takes pressure of us.
"I think it's an outmoded view."
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