I'm always single. No matter what. But I'm beautiful kind sweet compassionate. A good person. I used to model so I'm gorgeous or was trying to. However strangely men just hate me. They're either threatened by me or mean to me why is this? I'm in my 30s now and don't even care. I've been on 100s of dates usually the males r mean to me. Recently a guy at a concert I went with was acting crazy rude. I texted him asking him why he was so rude to me. He said sorry I got nervous I didn't know you'd be so good looking. Nervous tick. Despite men being attracted to me all they do is put me down or dominate me that's it. Recently a friend of mine began asking bizarre sexual opinions just trying to dominate control me. All men just want to dominate n control me and abuse me. Essentially for being beautiful I get treated like a punching bag by 99 percent of men. What is someone supposed to do if the male race hates them for being beautiful? Recently a walmart worker hit on me he was 21. I'm in my 30s. He was shocked n said no way and there's no way u shud be single you're too pretty. It doesn't matter I'm always single and men hate me. It seems like as long as I'm attractive men will try to dominate me. Is there a place where normal men exist who like pretty and hot women? I'm scared of men because of their backwards and crazy reactions to me.
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Just reading your question makes me want to be mean to you. The feelings showed up after I got done reading "sweet, compassionate, good person, gorgeous."
Like everyone, you are aware of your positive characteristics. We all have positive characteristics, though which they are may vary from person to person. The thing is, I try - and most likeable people I think also try - to never point them out or act like you know them (even if you really do).
Appear shocked if someone says you are pretty, even if its blatantly obvious to yourself. When someone is moved by your compassion and comments on it, just tell them thanks for the encouragement or something like that.
No matter what the gender, if a person points out their own positive characteristics it will 999 out of 1,000 times come across as stuck-up and unlikeable. One of those exceptions will be, for example, your own mother or possibly a family member, who deeply loves you as you are and knows those things about you. Outside that sphere though, people won't see it the same way.2