Is it wrong to not want to be with a guy because he isn't "manly enough"?

By that I mean, he doesn't seem like someone who knows how to take charge. He seems like someone who agrees with you for the sake of agreeing rather than having his own opinion.


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Most Helpful Guy

  • oh this can change later on. people try to be more agreeable to get with somebody but they only show their true face later on. that´s why you shold wait quite some time till you get married.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • This is why I stopped dating guys that said they were feminists lol. I kind of liked this one boy because I thought it was cute how nervous and shy he was (also smart and funny), and it did feel nice to be the one wearing the pants in the relationship for a while. But guys like that can never fully satisfy you. I think I enjoyed it because I liked being the one who made him confident, but he was never confident WITH ME.

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What Guys Said 11

  • This has absolutely nothing to do with being manly or unmanly. There are also girls like that and I find it just as unattractive when a girl doesn't stand up for what she thinks.

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  • No, it makes sense to me.

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  • Nope. That makes sense to me. Many girls want a manly man. I had a girl tell me once she can't date a guy who takes longer than her to get ready lol

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  • That's your taste.

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  • thats a pleaser. #NEXT

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  • It's a trait, ok to have preferences

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  • Nothing wrong with that. Too many men nowadays act faggy, I don't blame you for shunning them.

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  • no, it's not.

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  • Chad Thundercock approves.

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  • Is he really like that or are you guessing?

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  • Very rarely is advantageous to speak your mind. The dude is probably just smart.

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What Girls Said 1

  • No it's not wrong at all.

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