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Beta provider

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Beta provider is a term from sexuology, more specifically from mating behaviour. It refers to less desirable men (i.e. who are not alpha) but who have a good career and can find a girlfriend in, say, their 30s because of the stable job and wealth they have, especially if the woman is under some duress such as being a single mom (perhaps from one night stands with various alphas). Under current conditions of the Western world the role of the "beta provider" is becoming less feasible, as the wealth is growing and the resources are being more evenly distributed between the sexes. Given that there is a lot of competition between providers (only a minority of men being sexually attractive for women or, as Alek Rolstad terms them, "lovers"), what happens is that the majority of the providers will end up in the "friend zone", meaning that they will be providers without getting anything in return[1].


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