And I'm very friendly so I don't think I'm intimidating.
I don't know why I get told I'm cute, pretty, sexy, that I have nice hair, pretty eyes, a great smile, great boobs, wide hips and a small waist, a bubble butt, onion booty, nicely filled out ass.
But then girls who don't get nearly as many compliments get asked out more, and guys try to/do sleep with them.
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The compliment of being approached and pursued by a potential partner seems to be a universal compliment that most women want to experience. Sure, the times have changed however, the femininity aspect of dating that women, historically, long to feel has not.
Modern-day women should not have to accommodate timid men by approaching them for a date. Men and women are different physiologically, obviously, but they are different psychologically as well. Women
Women associate approaching guys with masculinity(the dominant role), which explains why most women are not comfortable approaching guys. And it's also the reason many guys prefer to approach women.
In my experience, if a guy's fear manifests in behavioral inhibition in regards to pursuing a woman that is sending all the right signals for him to approach her, there is high chance that he will be submissive throughout the relationship and limited in his ability to protect her.
Nonetheless, if you own the physical attributes that you assert in your post, guys are possibly intimidated by you. Body language, believe or not, is often the reason attractive women fail to be approached.
That said, your success rate with CONFIDENT guys will begin to buoyant if you appear to be more guy-friendly and accessible to them, which consists of flirting - smiling, prolonged eye contact - with them, and projecting an overall outward positive attitude.