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I think confidence has a slightly more important effect for guys in impressing the opposite sex, although I wouldn't trivialize its importance for women. But I think men are a bit more accepting of women with fears/insecurities than the reverse.
Another very practical observation is that I think the vast majority of men still initiate asking the women out instead of vice versa. The person who initiates and asks tends to arguably require more confidence overall since they're taking the greater risk of being rejected.
If this trend were to equalize and, say, just as many women ask men out as men ask women out, then perhaps confidence would become about equally important for both sexes.
Or if we make this gender-neutral, I'd say the person who takes the more active role in pursuing the opposite sex requires greater confidence than the one that takes a more passive role. At the moment I think more men tend to take on the active role, on average.
Girls always have it easier, even if they aren’t confident and fit.
You are obviously not a confident good looking professionally well off guy. If you were, you would know your power.
I really am not, I’m only 16. That hasn’t stopped me from witnessing the extent to which women date on tutorial mode compared to men.
who are those women dating by your admission? Men. Some of those men go on many dates as well. Generally speaking, perhaps you are correct. Women have it easier. I am NOT asking that. I am saying when you compare the best from each group.
Yes, when you compared the best it’s women who have it WAYYYYY easier. They also have the benefit of knowing their date only wants them for their money.
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