i always have a hard time trying to have a good time with a girl at bars or clubs. They seem to reject every guy who approaches them. WHY?
Most Helpful Girl
Intereeeeeesting. People have a natural urge to interact with one another; in fact human interaction is a basic need to live.
Women go to bars in groups so that men are less likely to try and hit on them. We like going out to drink and party with our other friends who are girls. That's like asking a dude why they like to play video games.
Women go to bars alone for... other reasons that I'm sure you can use context clues to figure out.
When women reject men at the bar it's not because they are horrible people; they are just not interested... And just because I am at a bar does not mean I should be pounced on and creeped out by a bunch of dudes wanting to take me home. If I'm interested I will let it be KNOW and if I become disinterested I will also let you know. And I should be able to go out with friends and do the same thing as men.
And I know I'm going to get this, "well if you don't want a guy to talk to you then why do you dress like that"? Well, I dress like this because all of the other girls are going to be dressing like this and silently judging everyone. I didn't buy $30 lip stick or these really expensive high heels for you. I could put on burt's bees chapstick and some wedges from Walmart and you wouldn't even know the difference. Women have always done this; way back in the day women would change dresses depending on the time of day and for certain activities. At first provocative dressing was a way for certain type of women to stand out and lure potential men; with women's rights, feminism and the sexual revolution it became prominent that women dress this way to rebel against modest/conservative behavior. Men do the same thing, you will rarely see a dude show up in socks, sandals and basket balls shorts.0
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Most Helpful Guy
They want the attention and the pleasure from rejecting men. In other words, places like those are self esteem boosters.1