- Yes I love it92% (34)53% (8)81% (42)Vote
- No it doesn't bother me8% (3)47% (7)19% (10)Vote
omg yes please far out.
Yes, it's always shocking ! And actually it puts a pep in my step that day. Its appreciated and I also try to practice it as well.
Yes! There is a difference between being a gentleman and being sexist. Holding a door or giving your jacket is sweet as long as you aren't expecting her to "stay in the kitchen" and be submissive all thr time. I personally am somewhat of a tomboy. I love carpentry and cars and I play baseball and stuff but I still like being treated like a lady
I love it, it's a +100 in my book.
Yes. its REALLY great when a guy is polite, and old school. cause the men in this generation are crap... at least SOME of them
I admire it but I live here in progressive New York so its not seen that often. Its just not required up here. But when it happens I very much appreciate it. Yes.
The biological stuff is nonsense but sensibly chivalrous acts are still the norm, as long as its nothing patronising. I love it when a man is chivalrous! It shows all his attention is on me and, soppy as it sounds, I feel special :D Feminism is about equality so men don't have to be chivalrous and women can be chivalrous if they and their partners want that - radical feminism is the more extreme version.
I appreciate it a lot :) I feel like it doesn't happen often enough
Very much appreciated :)
I don't know about all women, but I do.
I love it. Shows he was raised well. :)
I think most women do.
I'm witnessing more women reacting negatively to it, which is why I no longer hold doors open for them to avoid being accused of 'oppressing' them.
Yeah, but I'm just me. Chivalry or not. I don't think about it.
Yes, they do.
Seriously the only people who say chivalry is dead cause women don't appreciate it are online.
Only the loser bitter ones dislike it. I've never met a girl in real life that dislikes chivalry.
Chivalry is benevolent sexism, but some people like being given special treatment.
No, they either think its sexist, cheesy, or that they don't deserve it.
The last of which is true 99% of the time.
so fuck it
I'm sure they do appreciate it, just like I appreciate a nice pedi/manicure every day after college, with a nice, hot cup of cocoa with marshmallows on top.
I doubt it very seriously
they appreciate it but if you are not a dick somehow it means shit, dont mix the two my friend, appreciating and actually dating you are very different.
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