I ask because it seems to me that despite the feminist movement and what have you, there is still an expectation placed on guys to do all the chasing. More often than not it is the guy who asks the girl out rather the other way around. Women might drop some subtle (or not so subtle) hints that they like a man but generally they wait for him to approach them. I'm not saying this is right or wrong, it's just something I've observed.
I'm curious, for those of you in relationships, was it you or your boyfriend/husband who did the approaching? For the single women, did you approach any of your ex's or would you consider doing it in the future?
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Yes, I approach men all the time. I approached my current boyfriend, that's why we are together. :)
But you are correct, most women tend to sit back and wait for the guy to do all the work. Far too often these women complain about not finding a boyfriend, too.
I try to encourage women to make the first move.2