I don't know about other women.
I like to know that I'm getting something out of a relationship, while still being respected by my significant other. Whether it's financial, physical, emotional, etc... It doesn't matter, as long as it's something of value. With a "beta" male, you run the risk of not getting much. With an "alpha", there's no room for respect.
I'm OK with "emasculation". There are many ways to be useful without having to be in charge all the time. The issue is that they're not. They don't even try to be. I don't know if it's a generational thing or if it's just a maturity thing that will improve with age (hopefully the latter). But it's making them quite unattractive.
I've seen older guys who are "beta" who have so much to offer their society, family and women. They're empathetic and sensitive to other people and their problems. They're productive and always trying to help out no matter how little it may seem or menial it may be. They work great with children. These are amazing qualities.
So why don't these so called *cough* "feminised" *cough* men have these today?
The issue isn't that men have become feminised. Femininity is actually valuable. It's that men haven't even become that.