Do you think some of these dating terms in today's society come across as discrimitory, intimidating or misunderstood?
Some people who just started out in the dating world want to have confidence to talk to a woman and get to know them.
I know life isn't all about sugar coating and it's not always gonna be puppy dogs and rainbows, but what if we used more lighter and less discrimitory sounded words?
What are your thoughts on this and if you have some words/terms that you would like to change other than what they are, feel free to share them.
Most Helpful Guy
They might be misunderstood sometimes, but they aren't discriminatory at all. If anything we need to stop sugar coating the advice that is already being handed out. What people need to hear is the truth regardless of how much it hurts. Sometimes the truth is going to be harsh. That is just what happens when people hear things that they don't want to hear.
If you sugar coat it, then you are more likely going to destroy the message. The message is that they need to stop whining that the other gender doesn't want them, change into a better version of themselves that will be more attractive to others. If you aren't at a point that you are ready to hear and accept the truth, then you shouldn't be dating anyone yet.0