Women are resilient. Evolution has shaped us to endure life's harsh realities and continue on. As a result, women are more likely to identifying with an abuser but recover more quickly from traumatic events.
You may be asking yourself: How does this relate to sexual strategy?
Understanding the elements of masculinity and femininity is important in the relationship context because a relationship flourishes when the masculine and feminine elements are complementary rather than competing.
You combine with your partner to amplify each other's qualities whereas opposites cancel each other out. It is women's malleability that allows this combination to occur.
Masculinity is an active, creative force with femininity it's nurturing receptive complement. While RP men are encouraged to create a vision for their life, RP women are encouraged to create themselves in a manner that supports their men.
A man who has fully embraced his masculinity would only consider a woman relationship-worthy if she's able to complement his goals. This can mean she must be willing to transform herself in a manner that allows her to enter into his life seamlessly, joining him on his path.
Feminine energy is fluid — like water: a "soft landing", yielding, receptive, graceful, adaptable, restorative, and life-giving. Feminine traits men say they love:
All these traits are considered desirable because of implied malleability. A woman with these traits can follow her man's lead, adapting her focus towards him and his goals. Women who demonstrate feminine traits without adaptability (ie: holding back, refusing to change), are only appealing in the short term, or not at all.
The more masculine the man, the more he will feel an innate need to shape his woman, guiding her and raising her up to walk his path with him. A woman's willingness to transform gives her the power to calm his volatile nature and allow them as a couple to create the stable foundation for a thriving relationship.
This is something that I worked on awhile back with /u/durtyknees (who has not seen the final version). She gets credit for like 85% of this if you like it and if you hate it, I'll take the blame :-)