The different things women are physically attracted to if it wasn't for this site I would have never known women are attracted to a man with a muscular chest, or what the difference between the good guy and nice guy is, or how some liked veiny genitals a bunch of other stuff too.
We are incompatible, generally speaking. People are different so it's hard to even name one thing that applies to all women that I didn't know prior to joining this site.
I did learn that if you hope to extract the truth on a particular issue, asking your question directly is not the way to do it. You have to be crafty and dissect responses that are logically inclusive when asking indirect questions.
It doesn't just applies to girls. In general its taboo to be upfront about certain issues that instigate arguments.
1) Girls are just as clueless as guys when it comes to flirting. 2) Girls tend to be just as insecure about their breast size as guys are about their penis size. 3) They're not all "weak, precious little princesses" like how society portrays them to be. 4) They fart.
Number 4 was just a joke, and I already knew numbers 2 and 3, but it was actually nice to know that a lot of women also suck at flirting lol
A. Women are more self concious about their body than I thought. Even the attractive and fit girls still feel insecure about some obscure part of their body. B. They are more driven by emotion than I thought. They won't admit it IRL but online you can see the depths of their thoughts. Many can't take a joke because they're so sensitive.
a lot of random things women care about, a lot of specifics, a lot of equality. I really enjoyed learning about the good the bad, and the ugly of what some women display and how they react to different things. a lot of them are hot and makes me sad that i will never meet them lol.. oh well
I've learn a lot of things: that guys can also feel insecure, that we shouldn't freak out on small things, also that guys don't overthink stuff, they act more by impulse, that lots of people has the insecurities that I have, that everybody wants a different thing, we aren't all the same.