Men don't have glass heads. And there's smart, successful mini-category of books to address this biological oversight - from "The Rules to Think Like ... Show synopsis Men don't have glass heads. And there's smart, successful mini-category of books to address this biological oversight - from "The Rules to Think Like A Guy". Ian Smith's "What Men Really Want" is a great entry to that mini-category. It's rich with insight and information because it's written by a man to decode men for women. Smith's thoughtful, sometimes surprising "principles" include: The Subtle Art of Hooking Us (men really do want to be in committed relationships, even if they don't always show it); Beauty Matters (but beauty may not be exactly what you think it is); Beware of Titles (why you shouldn't label yourself his girlfriend until certain conditions are met); Sex is More Powerful than an AK-47 (but it doesn't always have to be a home run); Mean What You Say (and why sex lies are always a bad idea); and, Know How to Listen and What we Care About (and we don't care about home decorating).