Krysta Anderson, Gleaner Writer
It is said a way to a man's heart is through his stomach, but what other qualities does a man look for when choosing a woman? Every good man needs a good woman and the Flair asked a couple of men their definition of a good woman. Here is what they had to say:
A good woman, for me, has to be pleasing on the eyes, but not excessively so. She has to can cook, has to be confident, smart, independent and stand up for what she believes. Last but not least, she has to love God more than her man.
- C.A., 21
Honesty, for one, is very important. She has to have sex appeal and having good qualities such as being Christian-minded, appreciate having a friendship in the relationship, as well as not being afraid to admit they are wrong.
- K.S., 34
A good woman is dependent on a woman who is caring, loving, understanding and independent.
- T.S., 26
A woman who is kind, honest, outgoing, spontaneous and adventurous. That is definitely a good woman for me. My preference would be a woman who doesn't already have children, who is trustworthy, gets along well with her family. Also, she and I would have to be compatible emotionally and intimately.
- T.M., 40
A good woman should be honest and loyal. I should be able to rely on her and I should be able to talk to her about anything. She should be able to stand up for me and treat me exactly how I treat her and not put others before me.
- A.L., 20
She should have a loving and caring personality. A good woman for me, is understanding and is able to be both a friend as well as a girlfriend to me. Physical appearance is essential and she must know how to do household duties.
- F.S., 25
A good woman should have a nice personality, melt my heart with her smile, be encouraging, understanding, and trustworthy, as well as must have some form of leadership.
- A. M., 24
For me, a good woman is one who is always there with her man through the ups and downs, no matter what, one that always checks up on you, and one who is willing to wash, cook and clean without being asked to do so.
- P.G., 23