I’ve never known of a womanizer who really liked women. Women are useful to him, things to satisfy his ego—but not people he respects or cares about (or, more importantly, cares for).
There may have been no one more destined to win than Solomon. His wisdom was legendary. But in the end, it was his choice of women that turned him into a loser. King Solomon was a man with enormous personal charm and he could have all the women he wanted. But he did not really like women and, I’m sorry to say, you would have to call him a womanizer.
How can I say that? As he grew older, even Solomon himself understood the failings he had made when it came to women. What can his writings show us about the lessons he learned and help steer us away from making the same bad decisions?