As a guy, I treat girls right. But when I read things like divorces where the woman makes it her goal to destroy the guy financially I wonder. Then I see lists online on dating sites of girls who won't date guys who don't have their shopping list. It makes me wonder what would happen if I bumped into such a girl and we started talking and I never got to see their "driver's seat" mentality. I even read a Q on here where a girl said a guy not opening her car door was a deal breaker.
What's the best way to spot girls who have self-entitlement issues when meeting in person?
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If I give years of my life to someone and destroy my body in child birth, you bet your sweet ass I'll feel entitled to something. Find a sucker to marry and you'll be good though.
Men do the same thing, if by shopping list you mean a check list of things you like and don't like. A lot of guys do the same thing, most probably up until a certain age and even then people still have preferences. Old fashioned people like old fashioned ideals. Some women see opening doors as the sign of a true gentleman, if you don't show those manners, why should they overlook that? Everyone likes different things. To make it out like this is a woman issue only is very dishonest and delusional.
But to your answer, try to get to know them first. You can't really control it if someone is good at hiding things from you, but if you get to know friends first and take that time to know them, then you see their flaws and probably have discussions about these things before you think of them as potential gfs. Of course, this will require you to get to know all types of women and not just women who meet your own little shopping list of potential girlfriend material. You can't have it both ways, love. Either your picking and choosing whom you would like to be with and who you don't want, just like these women, and therefore possibly canceling out many women who may meet whatever lack of standards that you are looking for, or you just get to know many women as friends first and decide once you have a true gauge of character.1