I feel like TV and Movies are brainwashing some unexperienced young men into thinking that gifts, dinners and all that nonsense is important for getting a girl. In reality some women abuse this for free stuff. Will you warn your sons about this?
- We shouldn't expect young men to give expensive datesVote A
- We should keep the status quoVote B
Most Helpful Girl
Will I teach my son that it takes more than just money and fancy things to win a girl over? Yes. But I also want a son that is giving and caring enough where he wants to do stuff like that for someone he cares about, if he is able to.
On the other hand, I would also raise a daughter that dates are supposed to be split (again doing something nice for someone you care about)
But I think the main thing is that whoever pays for the date, it should be because they want to not because they feel they have to1
Most Helpful Guy
Yes. We need to teach men to impress women with their own personality. Try to impress women with expensive dates won't allow you to know if she's into you, or into the money and the dates. If you take her on simple dates where the main thing you do is talk, then you will know if she likes you or not, 'cause no gold digger is gonna date a guy who just wants to get to know each other.
A good woman, a woman that wants a relationship, will want to get to know you, so she won't complain about the type of dates you go on (unless it's trashy). If she does complain, then you know what to do next... dump and move on.0