I consider myself a very nice, sweet, and caring guy. However I'm a virgin, never kissed or been in a relationship. I don't smoke, drink, do drugs. I also am not bad looking either (not to sound cocky) I'm currently in the military and taking college courses. However every girl I talk to friend zones me hard. Anyway point being... successful, kind, caring guys like myself never seem to spark the interest of women.
Women never want to get to know the guy well before dating. They just let a guy sweet talk them for about a week and bam they are dating. Low and behold... his true colors show after they get to know each other but by that time it's too late and she ends up crying and hurt and complains about how bad men are... even though she blew off the nice guy beforehand.
This magical "grace period" of making a move on a girl is just nonsense to me and illogical. If a guy is very kind, caring, trustworthy and loyal and you are GREAT friends then there is no real reason NOT to date in my opinion. I also hate the excuse "I don't wanna ruin our friendship by dating." How is that ruining it? It's the same thing as being friends only with more kissing and cuddling. A statement like that is basically implying that you don't trust the guy and he's prone to hurting you.
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It is bizarre that none of them except your advances. I'm willing to bet there is some signal you're giving off that makes them feel you are more a friend than boyfriend material. All women ARE different, the only thing the same in every single meeting is YOU. So, I would seriously take the time to listen to what these girls say. My fiance' never tried to be my friend. He made it quite clear from the moment we met that if he was interested in me, it would be in a romantic or physical way. Women can pick up on that really quick and his interest made ME more interested and attracted to him, instantly. I wouldn't say to quit being nice, just work on being more straight forward with your intentions. You can be honest, confident and show some of your masculinity/sexiness without being a jerk.1