Anatomy of the Alpha Male From Identification to Impersonation "Some guys have all the luck, some guys have all the pain, some guys get all the breaks, some guys do nothing but complain." Rod Stewart Since humans first lay metatarsals (and even before that, phalanges) on the earth, there have been alpha males.
They've gotten the chicks, the success, the respect, and the other fringe benefits that come with social and sexual power, for millions of years. Why do other men figuratively, and literally, bow to these strong characters?
Prolonged eye contact by the object of your future affections is a dead giveaway that they’re interested in what you have to offer.
The proper term for the male who holds major assets in the sexual, social, and food stores of his community, only when compared to other males, is "alpha male." He's the boss, the jock, the one envied by his friends and his enemies.
Although some men use their alpha statuses to oppress and persecute those of their own sex and those of the opposite sex, the term "alpha male" in no way implies that all alpha males bear this mindset.
For examples, there are some 50 sexual cues women can choose when they wish to give men the hint, but researchers haven’t spent much decoding male interest. They are usually the ones that need to chase and pursue (article forthcoming if link not active). Adolescents’ Age Preferences for Dating Partners: Support for an Evolutionary Model of Life-History Strategies.
However, if men are smart, they usually wait around in the vicinity to see if women will send them cues which indicate mutual interest, then make their move.