There's a weird stereotype that claims that "women are more mature than men". But from what I've seen, if anything, men are way more mature than women...
Men: "OMG, she's so hot! I totally want to be her boyfriend. But wait, just because she's hot, it doesn't mean she has a good personality. After all, looks only matter for a bit when it comes to dating, am I right?"
Women: *notices a little bit of confidence in a guy* "OMG, he's so attractive, and confidence is the ultimate indicator of a good personality! I totally want to be with that guy!". You know what happens next...
I know, it's all instinctively, we are animals after all. But we are rational animals, we should be able to separate emotion from reason!
Don't get me wrong, confidence is an awesome thing, but dammit, why do people say that "women are emotionally more mature than men"? It's common for a guy to reject a hot girl because she has a bad personality (eufemism for the common derogatory term), but girls never reject a guy who's confident as a lion, even if that's his only good quality. Then, when shit hits the fan, they angrily shout "all men are the same!".
I'm not saying that all confident men are assholes, all I'm saying is that women don't really know how to separate emotion from reason, just like men do... Don't blame your instincts, men also have instincts but don't let them interfere in their choices!
Men are attracted to hot women. Women are attracted to confidence in a man. It's all instinctively.
(Note: I'm squaring off insecure guys.)
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From what I've noticed by taking care of children from
the age of 2-14, is that at first, boys tend to mature much faster
but then stops. Girls stays at a parent/adult needing stage
for a longer period than the boys, but after the initial stage where boys
lose that spurt, girls surpass them all the way up 14.. I'm not sure
about what happens after that, but it's what I've noticed. ^.^
What you're saying, guys are probably stuck at a "boy" stage
for a longer time than girls are, since for some reason, girls
tend to look forward to growing up at some point, and become
a "woman" so to speak.
I do believe that all of us have a little child
inside of us, wanting to play and fool around though. ^.~2