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Are women groomed to be less inclined to win a man's interest than are men towards winning over women?

It seems to me like there's a common dialogue between women to sort of filter for guys who are 'not that into them'. There are articles out educating women on being able to tell when a guys not interested, as to 'not waste any time on a relationship that will never happen'. -Whereas with men, it seems almost the opposite: the dialogue between men is often along the thread of 'pulling' women. Trying to win women over- taking a woman who at first didn't pay any attention to you, to over time and a series of efforts being won over to being your conquest or your girl.

Is this basically how many women see it? Do they not even approach flirting and meeting guys with the intent of winning a hot guy over? Rather do many women typically just go no further than seeing if a man is interested in her upon first seeing her- and if he's not, just consider it a lost cause, and move on? (Basically the exact opposite of what guys are expected to do) Is this correct? If so, why?
Are women groomed to be less inclined to win a man's interest than are men towards winning over women?
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