Your independent spirit and sexy, devil-may-care attitude is irresistible.
A snapshot of the Bohemian
Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel
In Pop Culture:
Carrie Bradshaw, Sex and the City
Elvira Hancock, Scarface
Your Potential To Captivate
Your sexy, devil-may-care attitude makes you naturally seductive. You are an independent, goal-oriented, free-spirit and you are fundamentally unconcerned with how anyone perceives you. This irreverence is immensely alluring.
At your best you don’t try to please, so men fall all over themselves, trying to please you.
You possess the sensual, creative, pleasure-seeking, spontaneity of the siren, with the physical, independent nature of the huntress. The huntress archetype represents a woman’s autonomy and her ability to select a life of her own choosing.
There’s a certain down-to-earth, physicality about you that is tantalizing. You may be athletic, fond of the great outdoors, or just extremely confident in your own skin. Either way, your physicality shows.
Men respond to your confidence, self-possession, and maverick spirit. You have the potential to trigger a man’s impulse to conquer.
Brad Pitt dropped everything (including his current girlfriend) to create a family with Angelina Jolie. Erykah Badu’s power over hip-hop’s finest has been described as nothing short of magic.
Your anti-seductive qualities...
You have a tendency to be cut off from your emotional nature and vulnerability, thus making it difficult to relate to others, and forge real connections. If both your “huntress” and the “lover” energies are under-developed, the goal-oriented nature of the ‘huntress’ will be at odds with your sensual, spontaneous ‘lover’ energy, thus diminishing your natural appeal. Your pursuit of passion and freedom may interfere with your ability to make smart romantic decisions when you are seeking a lasting commitment.
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The founder of Women Love Power®, Ayesha K. Faines is a writer, media personality, and brave new voice for feminine power and social change. Sought after for her provocative insights on culture, mythology and gender politics, she has been featured on MTV, Essence, Entertainment Tonight, The Michael Baisden Radio Show, AfroPunk, and Time among other media outlets. She’s traveled the world lecturing before a number of universities, and she pens a column for Zora Magazine that explores the intersection of love and power. She is best known as a featured panelist on “The Grapevine”. Ayesha is a graduate of Yale University and a former television journalist.