With the LGBT community, they're a minority-So it's a rough numbers game for them. Not to mention there is STILL a stigma about being non-straight in society, at least here in the United States of America.
For heterosexual men, they are often: 1. Still expected to follow traditional gender roles, even though we've been in the 21st century for 16 full years now. 2. Often cast aside, due to how picky most straight women are. 3. Judged more on their social status, and income-Which isn't easy to change, if you're unfortunately not popular, and not wealthy. 4. Still get called a "creeper' for approaching women-Even though that's technically part of those traditional gender roles everyone wants them to follow.
I feel like heterosexual women tend to have it the easiest. 1. They aren't expected to follow traditional gender roles. 2. Most straight men are desperate enough to buy them everything (This IS men's fault though). 3. Yes, they're usually more judged on their looks-But at least they can get away with not being popular, and being poor. If a straight woman is a loner, she's seen as "mysterious" or "independent'-If a straight guy is a loner, he's seen as a "creeper', or "loser." 4. IF-And I mean IF a girl does approach a guy, he's probably willing to accept it.
Most Helpful Girl
The hook-up scene? Sure, I agree to some extent.
Dating with the purpose of getting in a serious relationship? No, that doesn't usually benefit heterosexual women.0
Most Helpful Guy
1. I was never expected to follow traditional gender roles.
2. I never bought women anything, not even a coffee, unless I was already in a relationship with them and they were buying things for me as well.
3. None of the women that were attracted to me cared about my income or social status.
Maybe find women who aren't hypocritical or work on your appearance.0
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