Women are often warned not to "chase" a guy, and to let the man pursue us. On the other hand, we're also told than men do like some assertiveness on the part of a woman...They don't want to have to do all the work. So where is the line drawn between chasing and being attractively assertive?
What percentage of social interaction does a man want the woman to initiate? Phone calls, communication? Does a man need to know a woman's level of interest through this type of action?
What percentage of physical/sexual action does a man want the woman to initiate?
We know that men like a challenge and like the chase. However, do men also enjoy being sought after at some level?
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there are cultures on this planet that its the norm for the woman to be the "chasers" and the man take a more passive role in that area of courting. It works really well too, the one in china, its a small province there, the woman will sing to a guy when they are working, traveling or passing each other by or what ever and that shows she is not interested in him so there is no outright rejection so the mans ego remains in tact and she is not pestered by unwanted advances, if there is a guy she likes she will be friendly and flirt with him then leave the door to her house open for him to come in at night if he stops by. they don't believe in marriage and every one lives with their blood family so children have multiple mother and father figures in their life, in fact the childrens uncles are their fathers and their real fathers are more like uncles to them. so if a couple breaks up the children are unaffected and remain in a stable home enviroment. the woman are also free to/ expected to work and contribute to the family just as much as any man. its probbly the most equal society I have ever seen, right on par with hunter gatherors except they live in the modern world.0