The omega man is on the fringes of the community or tribe, and regarded as odd, weird, and a loner.
Consequently, omega males are often the subject of judgment.
However, if there is a first and second, there has to be a last.
Omega is the final and 24th letter of the Greek alphabet.
Consider this: words hurt, and they can potentially affect the way we view ourselves for the rest of our lives.
So if your guy is overly-curious about penis size and how he measures up, he may have been taunted by a mean-spirited ex-girlfriend or teased about his genitals in the locker room at school.
E-mails aside, even porn websites target these insecure males, promising major below the belt enhancements with a simple *and terrifying* penis pump, pill, exercise, or practice.
Penis shame – the awful truth A penis-based study done by King’s College, London reports that 30% of the participants were unhappy with their penis size.
The whole alpha, beta, omega thing isn’t really terribly scientific and the wolf study identifying the social hierarchies has been debunked. The omegas would be the outer fringes of these animal groups.
But, your own power of observation and evolutionary biology show you that many higher animal groups (like apes) tend have to dominant leaders (alphas) and more submissive followers (betas). However, we’re not here to argue from a pure scientific perspective.
Rather, while we will link to studies and other observable facts, we consider the whole alpha, beta, and omega thing to be a popular culture phenomenon. In humans, an “alpha” is a socially successful, confident, and charismatic guy, who leads at work and gets his choice of a variety of women.
A “beta” is usually a passive, boring type of guy, who ends up being a “cog in the machine” at work and socially invisible to women. Many people ask when seeing the term, “what is an omega male?