Since ancient times, the bad boys were always successful and were often the tribal leaders of their community.
They were more physically evolved and would even kill with no remorse any beta male that stood between him and his prize. Bashing their head against a rock and throwing them off a cliff was good sports.
The beta males were however more intellectually advanced and when the right time came, they banded together to create civilized societies with rules and marriage, as a way of stopping the alpha males from spreading their genes on, while the beta males would remain to take care of their child and ex-mating-partner.
Extreme cases of such plans by the beta males can be found in the Muslim countries where women are forced to wear robes over their faces and whipping and stoning to death are the penalties for infidelity – with an alpha male of course.
For the last decade or so, articles, books, communities and genders have dwelled upon the Good Guy vs The Bad Boy concept.
There are few things that still baffle our minds as this concept does because at its deep foundation lies the reason behind success in a society, success with women and the overall success in life.
The Good Guy vs The Bad Boy war has been unfolding right in front of our eyes, a war more spiritually and based on principles than a physical one that is.
It did get physical in ancient times, but higher levels of wars are currently more important nowadays.
The first time I came upon the concept of The Good Guy vs the Bad Boy was