Look! Up in the sky!
It’s a Plane!
What’s a Captain-Save-A-Hoe? A Captain-Save-A-Hoe is a guy who pursues relationships with dysfunctional and deeply troubled women. He believes with his support, guidance, and “loving care” that the can “save” them and change them into the perfect mate for him.
Who is Captain Save-A-Hoe?
§ That guy dating the single mother with three kids by three different fathers,
§ That guy trying to help the prostitute out of a life on the streets,
§ That guy trying to help the runaway find her way after finding her wandering around the neighborhood,
§ Or that guy trying to pursue a romantic relationship with the stripper he gets lap dances from.
Why are Captain-Save-A-Hoes dangerous? Captain Save-A-Hoes enable women to continue on in a dysfunctional pattern of behavior. Thanks to this wanna-be superheroes’ meddling, women never learn to take responsibility for their actions and their lives.
On the surface, Captain-Save-A-Hoes appear to be noble men trying to help a lost woman find her way in life. But in actuality these wanna-be heroes are nothing more than SIMPS scavenging the bottom of the barrel of the dating scene in the hopes of scoring some easy pussy.
Captain-Save-A-Hoes lack the self-confidence and self-esteem to pursue relationships with healthy women. So they scour the dumpsters of life looking for a broken woman they can fix up and change into the perfect woman.
Unfortunately, they’re usually disappointed with the results. Like Dr. Frankenstein, they usually wind up creating a monster that turns on them. Even though they’ve made all these efforts to change the outside of a troubled woman, who she is on the inside remains still the same.
Most Captain-Save-A-Hoes don’t understand that these women they’re pursuing are single for a reason. They’re not mentally, physically or emotionally ready for a romantic relationship. Most of the women he pursues are mentally immature and emotionally unavailable. All are predators looking for someone to take advantage of.
All a Captain-Save-A-Hoe does with his wonderful “help” is stunt these women’s personal growth allowing them to remain in a state of arrested development. Captains have a hard time understanding dysfunctional women don’t want the commitment of a romantic relationship, just the personal and financial benefits from one. And as long as they get those benefits from wanna-be superheroes looking to “save” them, they never have to go out and work for what they want, or go into counseling and deal with their numerous unresolved personal issues.
Can a man stop being a Captain-Save-A-Hoe? Sure, it’s possible for any man to change. All a man has to do is to build the self-confidence and self-esteem needed to radiate the positive energy that will attract healthy functional women to him.