This is something that isn't that common to find in general with friendships but i've found its even more the case in relationships.
Like disinterest in philosophy, disinterest in the details of the relationship and the differences, no interest in discussing them.
I guess there is a more non confrontational attitude girls have that stems with this but it seems so rare to find girls you can actually communicate with beyond surface level
Most Helpful Girl
1. Some people don't have much interest or knowledge in intellectual topics.
2. Some people may have an interest in these things, but feel intimidated or shy about talking about them (fear of judgment, fear of confrontation, fear of sounding stupid, etc.).
And I find that these things are true of some women and some men.
Personally, I love having intellectual conversations. My partner and I can talk for hours about philosophy, religion, science, politics, and so on. That said, I prefer to talk about these subjects with someone I feel comfortable with and who I know isn't going to be judgmental.1
Most Helpful Guy
My best advice is know your times.
Your very right that some women A) aren't smart enough to play a smart conversation. B) dont care to have a smart conversation. C) some are like there male counter parts and just want ass
Some women will be very enthralled by these tyoes of conversations but even those women dont want them all the time or especially in the beggining.
Remember women want the real you just maybe not all at once and right away.
Stick to thr friendly conersations in the begining of a relationship and should it begin to develop allow the conversations to naturally find depth.
Yes not too many are interested in the first place least at younger ages, and even older ages they dont want to waste time thinking and talking about it they want to live it. Dont define your world so much that you aren't living in it.
When u find a women who enjoys those talks pick your times when u get deep, ensure the mood and atomosphere especially are correct0