Is a woman still considered a GOLD-DIGGER if she ONLY dates rich men, BUT only that she LOVES?

It seems there is a lot of stigma, but what if the woman really loves the man — but would not have given him the light of day if he were poor. I am highly attracted to older asian men…So honestly speaking, why not marry someone with money? Some people say, You cant help who you fall in love…

It seems there is a lot of stigma, but what if the woman really loves the man — but would not have given him the light of day if he were poor.

I am highly attracted to older asian men…So honestly speaking, why not marry someone with money? Some people say, You cant help who you fall in love with. Money isnt everything. but although you may have a crush on a poor man, I think later on you can develop a crush on a rich one.

Money is not everything, but if given the choice to marry either a poor man or a rich man (both with great personalities and looks), I think the majority of women would choose rich…so it really does matter.

Money also is the determinant for many things: The wealthy receive better treatment, and they can afford what they want as well as to not work (this means more time together, more vacations, more fun). From what I understand, a lot of arguments stem from not having enough money.

I dont know how else to put this in a less conceited manner, but I am young and white (typically considered a trophy to asian men), small (410 with a great figure so size is no issue), and attractive.

I think a lot of people assume that someone who would only marry a rich man is lazy, not a good person, and unable to take care of themselves, or they are boring people who only find enjoyment from materials and stuff.

I work very hard and I know I can become rich on my own merit, but I want someone who likewise has done what I want to do and can not just offer me guidance, but financial support my endeavors.

People constantly tell me how nice I am, and honestly I would agree. I wouldnt hurt a fly, and save animals off the streets — I also will go out of my way to help someone and make it a goal to compliment a few people per week.

I also have lots of interests: guitar, anime, videogames, cooking, learning languages, investing, and drawing.

I want a comfortable and luxurious lifestyle with all the benefits that come from being wealthy.

Is this so wrong? There are billions of men in this world, so why not one with money?I am from an upper-middle class upbringing, but want to marry a multi-millionaire.

I dont consider a woman a gold digger unless she marries rich men then divorces them and takes half the money time and time again. Or marries them then kills them once she is in the will.

My mom always used to say, its just as easy to fall in love with a rich man as a poor man. Unfortunately, I fell in love with someone whom I thought was in the middle of the spectrum. As it turned out, he has bilked me financially for the past 21 years.

When I finally get my divorce, I have no interest in ever re-marrying…I dont care if its Bill effing Gates! I will make my own money, my own decisions, support myself and do what ever I want.

A rich man will control you, and even a poor one will try…

Marriage about more then money. If you only dated men with money then fell in love and got married thats not the traditional definition of a gold digger. You should never marry just for money. Money comes and goes. Look at Trump he has filled BK several times. Also wealthy men arent stupid if they are marrying some poor girl they would get s prenup. It could work out or it could blow up in your face. Good luck.

There is nothing wrong w/ marrying in your own social class. If someone is looking to marry out of their social class, then theyd be considered a gold digger.

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Do you think all women are gold-diggers, or most women are? because they always want to date a successful man?

How important do women consider money REALLY, when they choose a man?!?

Do women have natural gold-digging tendencys?

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