Intimidatingly good looking
When you walk into a room, you give off a vibe that people instantly respond to, like you're just breezing through while your private jet waits outside. Be aware of your impact and know your own strength.
Otherwise, you can turn from Christian Grey to Lenny from "Of Mice And Men," and shit will go downhill real quick.
While good looks can give you an unfair advantage in some walks of life, you’d be wrong to assume that being attractive comes without its pitfalls. Conventionally attractive women have come together in their masses via social site Reddit to voice their negative experiences with one user asking, “Do you have any stories where your attractiveness has actually been a disadvantage? Not being taken seriously at work – a place many women found to be fuelled by implicit sexist prejudices. They assume that I'm stupid and even when I prove that I'm not, there's still that feeling,” one woman admitted.
While there are of course some definite perks, it turns out that the bubble of beauty can make certain aspects of life much more difficult. “It's even been implied that I'd do best as a trophy wife by a manager before.” Other agreed adding, “I'm fairly young (mid twenties) and was told by the HR person in charge of the hiring committee that I didn't have a chance because older male co-workers won’t take me seriously and could get distracted.” Even someone’s husband-to-be chipped in about his partner’s bad experience at work, “Sounds like my fiancé.
You have cultivated — over time — a personality that draws people in like a good story at The Moth. People see that, and it becomes instantly clear how little you give a shit about them in comparison. I don't work for the Census Bureau, but these awful people make up 89 percent of the human population.
There are few things more true in life than this: You become glued to what you hate, simply by hating it.
And this is a good thing because being unapproachable can lead to a lonely life, and a lot of people who are described as intimidating are unaware of the vibe they give off.Intimidating people are something of an anomaly, in that they are literally real-life X-Men.Sure, you put your pants on every day one leg at a time, but there is something about you that just exudes mystery and inspires fear. Much like the X-Men (and Christian Grey,) you need to use your power for good.People just thought she was another 'dumb blonde' trying to make it in a “man’s world” (IT).But in reality she ran circles around everyone and knew the system better than any guy on her team.” Similarly, while beauty pays in some circumstances it became apparent that it can be a somewhat lonely place.