Is it fair to say that while most young men are looking for a good looking, most women want a confident, charismatic guy in their life? If so, there's nothing wrong with this. My only qualm is that some people say society stops women asking men out for fear of being slut-shamed. Let's be honest here: men need to TAKE INITIATIVE if they are to be considered dominant, masculine and therefore, attractive. In reality, it's hard for both men AND women to talk to some some stranger to to ask them out. As for the confident woman, who is labelling her as a 'slut'? The smooth, attractive guy she went over to? The barista? Anyone nearby who probably isn't listening to the interaction and that the woman probably won't see again in her lifetime anyway? And if women are labelled 'sluts' what are the guys that get rejected labelled as? Beta male chumps?
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You see it pretty well. I would say that it is mostly other women who call each other sluts, part of their social games and such. Men do not care because sex, but they will when it comes to marriage. As for guys being dominant etc that is becoming more rare due to attend in current society to emasculated them. Men are labeled as chumps or virgins etc. The issue is that the sexes view sex differently. For men it is akin to using the restroom, not always necessary but if you dont, you go crazy. For women, it is a pleasurable experience, and is used to connect.0
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