are women insecure to date really hot guys. do you question his motives? do you care if other people judge your relationship when they say oh he is out of your league, how come he is with you?
Most Helpful Girl
Have you ever wondered if there was more to life, other than being really, really, ridiculously good looking?4
Most Helpful Guy
Two stories and then my personal view:
1. I get tons of "Likes" on a dating app, but not a single girl texts back (except for considerably older women) - I open this app, and I see 6, 8 or 10 new "Likes", in one week, I get about 30. However not a single one responds. This amounts to hundreds of "Likes"
(My messages are neither weird or primitive even)
2. When I was drinking a hot chocolate at Starbucks, there were 3 girls and 1 guy sitting at the table opposite to me, and I noticed how 1 of the girls had been looking at me all the time. I kept working on my laptop however. After a while, their guy friend walked up to me and told me that the blonde girl is asking for a date with me and would like to get to know me -
Surprised as I was, I just said "yes, okay" and the guy went back to their table - but before he could reach it, the blonde girl had stood up and left and the other 2 girls followed suit.
The guy came back to me and apologized for this even. BUT: I hadn't even noticed that the blonde girl had her eye on me really !
Both men and women, are intimidated by people who they perceive as being "hot" since rejection from them would only increase their own already existing decreased self-esteem when confronted with someone "out of their league"
Plus, "attractive" people are like fast food: It's unhealthy, but EVERYONE likes it and eats it ! (even when they deny that)
They might also be afraid that they can't keep such a person for long...0