I can't really vouch for any other age group, but for at least my age group (early twenties, college years) I can confidently say women will absolutely not make the first move. Hell, I've even talked to lady friends of mine and they tell me no way in hell will they would make the first move. I just think you women expect too much from us.. then complain about being single or wonder why we are such assholes.. I don't care how many of you say you are willing to make the first move, it just doesn't happen in real life. Yes, I'm salty. But let me explain.
So at the beginning of my summer break I hung out with a girl that I had some interest in with a mutual group of friends. About three days into the break one of her close friends (a mutual friend) told me how much the aforementioned lady friend liked me. That following weekend we all went out in a group and that night and I expressed to her how I would like to be more than just friends.. I got an INSTANT rejection; needless to say, the rest of the night was quite awkward and she left early. About a week later she asked me to go have coffee with her to "better explain herself." During our brief 15-20 minute conversation she expressed that to her it seemed like I wanted something a lot more serious than what she had in mind..,*insert other bullshit* ... both of us go to different colleges so the fun had to end at the end of the summer, regardless.
I told myself after that day I would absolutely show zero interest in anyone and unless a girl makes it blatantly obvious (the occasional drunken one night stand) about her intentions I would just not peruse anyone Well, to my surprise.. this was working out for me quite well, even with some girls that I would literally look right threw.. who would have guess. Anyways, I've had a few more than few of these nights thus far. But now the same mutual friend is telling me how hurt this chick is and that maybe I should ask her out again. FUCKING SERIOUS?
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Because women want equality in everything except dating because in dating they got the best roles and they don't want to share that role. You'll never see women going on a crusade to fight for equality in dating. They'll claim that fighting for equality in dating roles aren't important but they really mean that they're selfish and greedy and don't want to share those roles.0