I'm not on the same level as a super model, but I've been told countless of times that I'm very attractive. I joined a dating website a few months ago and within 2 weeks of being on there I had over 200 plus likes, but even still I'm attracted to average looking guys. But I have a really hard time getting average looking guys to believe that I'm interested in them. They just tend to write me off as lying to them or wasting their time. Why is that? There was his one guy that I really liked but he told me that I was just trying to pull one over one him because I knew I could. Which didn't make any sense to me because I put more effort into getting to know him than he did to know me.
Other guys just write me off as being a slut or whore, or wanted attention just because of the way I look, it's very frustrating. I've had guys treat me nasty solely based off the way I look. They don't even know me yet they judge me. The funny thing is, I'm not stuck up, I'm not arrogant and I don't even believe that I'm all that nor do I believe I'm that attractive.
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From a relationship coaching perspective, my thoughts:
The reason some average looking guys don't trust the intent of really pretty girls comes down to a lack of confidence and a bunch of institutional distrust. In this, they question their own looks and make the mental leap that if they don't see themselves as attractive, why would the attractive girl. Institutional distrust comes in because, as you said, there's an institutional perception that hit girls are shallow, teases, etc. and, unfortunately, that stereotype combined with an already existing low level of confidence will have an average looking guy filling his head with doubt.1