I don't normally give girls complements on their looks as I'm sure so many are used to it/have heard it before.
But the more I speak to some girls about it the more it become apparent that they are genuinely unhappy with how they look. If a guy complements you on your looks girls, do you automatically feel he's after something rather than being genuine?
Also, why don't girls feel good when it's clear that they're attractive. Like 95% of girls on tinder look good but the same can't be said for guys.
Do girls really feel that unhappy? If so, can girls explain why?
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Girls develop these attitudes when they are quite young. The input which they have at that age is usually from other girls. What young girls know is this: if a girl is confident in her beauty, other girls will treat her badly. If a girl expresses a lack of self-confidence, other girls will like her.