Not at all what I was implying. In species such as chimpanzees and bonobos who have high levels of sperm competition between males, as evidenced by their large testicles in proportion to their body, it is a more effective reproductive strategy to focus on impregnating the highest quality females, rather than impregnating as many females as they can, so it definitely makes sense that some of them could be attracted to strong females. However, in a species such as gorillas, where males have small testicles in proportion to their bodies, implying low levels of male-male sperm competition, it’s a more effective strategy to impregnate as many females as you can, rather than specifically seeking out the strongest ones. Humans are somewhere in between these two extremes, but leaning more towards gorillas than chimpanzees or bonobos, meaning that for human males, although not as pronounced as in gorillas, it doesn’t really make sense from an evolutionary perspective to be attracted to strong women. I wasn’t implying at all that rape is the only effective mating strategy for males, just that in species where it is more effective for males to go for quantity over quality of offspring, rape could be effective at achieving that, and that wasn’t even the point I was trying to make, what I was saying is that it doesn’t really makes sense from an evolutionary perspective for human men to be attracted to strong women.