Isn't that funny? Think about it. Women get to decide who she chooses to date. Women get to decide when to have sex. Women get to choose which man she wants to marry. In other words, women are in full control relationships.
So why do men ask women out? Wouldn't it make more sense for men to just sit back while women approach them?
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In my believe it is this simple. Typically males are the aggressors. They are the guardians and the protectors, hence, in general, males are the stronger physically of the species; not counting those women who are the exception to this rule, but in general, I'm sure you're getting my meaning.
Therefore, it is only natural for the female to be the one who sits back and waits for the male to approach her, because in doing so he's demonstrating he has the courage and boldness to be the initiator in this incidence, even though it is the female who decides ultimately who she's going to be with, have sex with, marry, so on and so forth.
If the male is too shy and is not confident in who he is and is not assertive enough then he loses out as he should to a male who is more willing to approach the female and take the risk of being rejected. Again, that's how it should be and is the more natural way in my view.
There is nothing wrong with this, because I believe we've moved on from the days when the male just grabbed his chosen girl by the hair and carried her off to his cave to be his mate; the female should be the one in full control over the relationship, for the most part, because this causes the male to be creative in his methods of courtship and makes him stand out from the rest---as if to say, "Hey I'm the one that's the most worthy to be with you," and to me there is nothing wrong with good, healthy, competition. That's my bottom line.0