It's no secret that many women are attracted to bad boys and if you find yourself in this subgroup, take the first step to recovery by reading this post on how to break a bad-boy addiction. But we often forget that this attraction goes both ways—men are also into bad girls. So how can a good girl compete? By striking a balance between the two, of course. Let's take a look at some of the things that make so-called bad girls attractive and how good girls can emulate them without going over the edge. She's adventurous. A bad girl doesn't sit on the sidelines—she jumps into the action. She's willing to try anything at least once.
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I was never particularly drawn to abysmal boys — bad girls are accordingly much more interesting. From the age we are little, we hear the same refrains: Listen to authority figures, be feminine, defer to others, after that follow the rules — official after that implied. And Where's your smile, sweetie? The women we see as abysmal girls may defy all those edicts. They do what they want.