I've seen girls on here say, "If he was a gentleman, he'd pay for the first date." What makes it gentlemanly? Would you perceive someone as less masculine if he didn't pay for you?
Most Helpful Girl
I'm not really sure why... its society that made us think this way.. That the guys should ask a girl out, he should make the first move, pay for dates, and this kinda bullshit. Or its probably just what our parents/ancestors taught us. And that's why we all believe it. That it's gentlemanly to pay, open the door for her, etc. Its pretty too late for anyone to stop believing it..
And no - not paying for a date would not make you any less of a man, nor would it make you lose your masculinity. Pff..0
Most Helpful Guy
Because like with doors, women struggle to understand how things like paying a bill work. So you need to help take the stress and confusion off their minds by paying for their things.