So I haven't been single in a long time... like 6 years long. Basically I was 19 the last time I was single. Anyway, I've been going out and I joined Tinder, just to see what all the digital fuss was about.
I was rarely ever approached by girls in a high school; I can only remember a few instances where girls approached me for my number. But since I've been going out recently they've been coming up and buying me drinks, and on Tinder they say hello first more often than not.
Is this new? Have I been with someone long enough for the entire social paradigm to shift?
Kind of of curious what positives or potentially negatives you see with this culture shift?
Most Helpful Girl
No, its not a new trend. Girls have been approaching men for years. Its a hit or a miss for shy guys who can't approach women though. They tend to just wait on women taking them by the hand. They'll be lucky if confident women take a shine to them and approach them. Personally, I don't approach random guys. I'll only approach if I've developed a crush on a guy or guys. If guys take an interest in me, I'll give them a chance, but if they happen to be shy and incapable of talking to me. I will not take them by the hand. I stick to my guns when I say that I think who ever forms crushes should take the initiative and act on it themselves. It would put an end to all of this controversy and gender roles. Guys wouldn't moan about women not approaching them and women wouldn't complain about men not approaching them.2
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Most Helpful Guy
What do you do to get responses on tinder because I swipe right o every girl and can't get nothing. Is it my race I'm biracial black/white, is it girls just don't want that kind of guy0