I consider myself girlfriend material; I'm amiable, hardworking, pretty, and fun. I haven't had a relationship for two and a half years, despite actively searching for one for the past year and a half. I've hung out with numerous guys during that time, but they all tell me that they're not looking for an exclusive relationship, and want to just hookup.They're not all the smooth talking player type either, these guys have a range of personalities.
Is my failure to find a committed relationship due to a hookup culture that many people in their early twenties are participating in, or could there be other reasons?
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Hook up culture? No modern generations are simply labeled with cultures but haven't created most. Summer of love wasn't just because people were happy. History books about orgies are not fiction books. With the younger generations being treated as children for longer we don't feel the panic to commit early, the media is filled with horror stories scaring men off commitment too.
Our generations have a wider world that is easier to reach out into. We are shown the world so we don't want to settle for only those in our town. While you think you are the right material there are millions of others being advertised as such via media. We are growing lazier and more apathetic due to previous generations destroying so much then blaming us.
Or maybe you are chasing cats when you should be chasing squirrels.1