Why This Woman Insisted On Having Kids ON HER OWN Is The Most….


In the world of fashion accessories, few entrepreneurs have tapped into the psyche of female consumers as effectively as Bianca Roccisano, the multimillionaire founder of Booby Tape. Her innovative company has revolutionized the way women dress, allowing them to confidently flaunt their cleavage and curves in fashionable attire. Despite her tremendous accomplishments, the 37-year-old businesswoman opened up during a recent episode of The Project podcast, revealing that her financial success has made it difficult for her to find a man who values her for who she is, including her Booby Tape empire.

Roccisano shared that her romantic encounters have been marked by men who feel threatened by her earnings, leading them to reject her outright. She expressed her desire to settle down and start a family but lamented the “small penis syndrome” that seems to afflict her potential partners. These men, she explained, cannot bear the thought of not being the primary breadwinner in a relationship.

In a candid moment, Roccisano recounted her experiences with the men she has dated, noting how blunt they were in expressing their insecurities: “They’re like, ‘You are fabulous. I think you’re amazing. However, the fact that you perhaps might make more money than me…’ I will never be okay with that because, apparently, I’m emasculating them.”

Initially, she believed this attitude to be an isolated incident, the result of encountering one particularly narcissistic individual. However, as she continued to explore the dating scene, Roccisano discovered that a significant number of men in her social circle were intimidated by the prospect of dating a woman who out-earned them. This insecurity, she realized, stemmed from their fear of feeling emasculated.

Interestingly, Roccisano’s male friends often grumble about their non-working spouses, who expect them to spend thousands of dollars on the latest material possessions in order to keep up with the proverbial Joneses. This left her wondering, “The poor women who stay home and are incredible housewives cop it. Women who work cop it. Where’s the happy medium? Like I’m not really quite sure what men want.”

Facing the reality of her ticking biological clock, the multimillionaire entrepreneur is now considering the possibility of becoming a mother on her own terms, without a partner. At 37 years old, Roccisano recognizes that time is not on her side, and she does not want to forfeit the chance to experience motherhood simply because her romantic prospects cannot accept their potential secondary career status.

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Speaking with Daily Mail Australia, she expressed mixed emotions about her situation: “Everyone is congratulating me, don’t get me wrong, I’m excited, but I’m really sad as well. It’s not how I wanted to do things. But at the same time, I don’t want to miss out on the opportunity, so it’s a mixed array of emotions, but ultimately if I don’t meet that person, I’m going to be a mum, and that’s exciting.”

In the end, Roccisano’s story highlights the complex dynamics between career success, societal expectations, and romantic relationships. It also serves as a reminder that, despite having achieved remarkable professional accomplishments, even the most successful individuals can still face significant personal challenges.

Source: AWM