... I think men should take the lead in a relationship.
Sure girls, if you want you can ask.
But I worry that there is an immaculation of men going on right now in society. The role of the man is being called into question, who asks who on a date? Who is the chief bread winner in the family? Who takes charge of the finances? Who makes the decisions? What is a father's role in the family? A husband's role?
I just think that there is fear in guys right now, not to offend, not to control, not to lead.
It's not about that, it's about ridding ourselves of the obligation to always be the one to do the approaching. Why do girls expect us to approach THEM? If you like a guy, grow a pair of balls and approach him.
I've said this before, I'll say it again. We aren't saying you have to or should, just that you CAN. So many girls on here bitch and whine that the guy they like hasn't asked her out. Well then do it yourself.
I'll happily approach a woman if I am interested in her but there will be women who aren't on my radar who like me and they'll do nothing about it. Why is approaching men beneath women? Women want equality and yet expect men to uphold the traditional values in the dating game because it benefits them. That seems sexist to me.
Hey guys, if you stay in shape or dress like you have money and take care of yourself - wait 5 to 9 years and guess what... women your age who haven't been taking good care of themselves will finally began to approach you.