Well... I won't be making it that's for sure. Wouldn't want to be charged with a misogynist hate crime.
"Examples of incidents include: unwanted or uninvited sexual advances physical or verbal assault unwanted or uninvited physical or verbal contact or engagement use of mobile phones to send unwanted or uninvited messages or take photographs without consent."
I don't see why not. I find it embarrassing, in a way, how adamant about fighting for 'equality' many women are, yet they insist on men having to make all the moves when it comes to initiating anything to do with a relationship?
If we wanted to be treated as equals, we have to behave as if we're on equal playing grounds. Which means that BOTH genders 'should' make the first move. Not that women expect to have equal rights/privileges, but be spared of certain responsibilities.
I did not vote on this one.. but it would be her choice if she wanted to be the first to move in or not... I have had some of my lady friends on dates make the first move on me and liked it.. but I also have made the first move on her as well.. it is 2016 now it is not uncommon for women to do this today.. but many years ago.. it was the guy that was expected to make the first move.. always.. take care now
I put on my online dating profile that I will most likely not initiate first contact as there are so many fake profiles along with some women get so may messages it is not very likely she will reply. I see it as a waste of time.
If you learn how to develop a good online profile and what kind of pictures to post they will contact you first as I believe they understand why I won't send the first message.
Put C, in general it shouldn't be all up to the guy to initiate shit. Girls are generally more picky anyways in my opinion.
But more importantly it saves a whole lot of bs and bitterness when one person wants to be with someone and theyre too afraid to say anything, then they go through a bunch of girlfriends/boyfriends blahblahblah.
Plus if you're into some really shy guy goodluck getting him to make any sort of move haha.
Either way it should be more of a 50/50 and less of a 95/5.
NEVER EVER!!!, women should let you know with some body language that they like you, but the first move must be done by the man, you know why? Simple: almost no man will refuse a proposal from a woman, until they get into bed. But probably he doesn't care about her at all.
It depends. I voted yes because its nice to have a girl come up to you and make some conversation even if she is or isn't intetested, but after that its my turn to take over if i am interested. I think that when a woman is all over the guy it's kind of a turn off. We men are supposed to be the ones chasing women and the moment a girl chases me i will not take her seriously and she will only be a hook up ( that could all be cause the media taught us that women shouldn't be the first ones to approach or make a move)
98% of guys say YES, 3% say NO... figure it out ladies, we don't want rape accusations, lost jobs, jail cells, OR TO BE ALONE.
No if they are interested they'll let you know. It is okay to meet them half way but don't just give it to them on a platter. They'll hang around for a while because it is convenient but only until they find something that really catches their eye.
I know this sounds old school and wrong but it is a natural undeniable fact of dating.
i prefer the guy to make the first move. this site just shows how cowardly the guys on here are. yeah both should feel free to make the move, but guys are supposed to take the initiative. This generation is just stupid when it comes to girls.
When I was in high school I find a guy really cute but he never noticed me so I get impatient and just ask him if he wanted to have lunch with me. He said yes and after he invited me at his football game :) So I think girls should try it sometime that's really easy and you don't have to ask him for a serious date at first or anything. Just a small things no guys ever reject me.