Obviously it's not a guarantee things'll work out (but hey, a girl confessing has a better chance than a guy confessing, so that's something) but it's refreshing.
Lots of girls seem to have this kind of misconception but you at least wonder about it, ask, and actually seem like you'd take it to heart. Most girls on the other hand talk about it like guys would prefer it, like you should sit and wait and that it's a bad thing they as women don't really like. But deep down I think they want excuses not to have to approach/confess/initiate.
Yes. I can't speak for every guy, but like me, but I'm almost certain that no guy likes the drama or the games.
Something a lot of girls don't seem to understand is that we guys have feelings too. Girls are not the only ones scared of rejection and we get hurt every bit as much as you do. Girls are not the only ones wondering the if this or that person likes them.
If you like a guy, make it easy and just let them know. He may be as shy as you are. Often a guy will start liking you because you like him. People want to be liked.
Being genuine, showing courage, communicating, being romantic even if foolhardy at times is admirable... It's sexy... Living a lie, playing games, being emotionally walled off and disconnected to avoid risk leaves a bad taste in my mouth and disappointment in my heart.
Definitely , I'm still in a situation where I'm flirting with a female colleague very physical, I. e. Lots of hugging, kisses on the cheek, lots of touching. I've even told her people are talking about us, but her response is " it's only banter". I have no idea if she likes me... I just wish she confessed what she truly felt. Even if she was going to break my heart. I just need to know!
I find it annoying if the woman doesn't confess her feelings and waits ages for the guy to catch up, but I understand why some do it. There comes a point however where he or she should really tell the other and any longer waiting can be damaging for a possible future relationship together.