I noticed women sometimes posting really stupid questions about how the guy they rejected is now “ignoring them”. Is it just selfishness or guilt?

First off there is absolutely nothing wrong if a woman (tactfully yet directly) rejects a man who is interested in her romantically. It’s 100% the right thing to do (if it’s done respectfully) because the guy now knows where he stands. He might not like her afterwards but he will be appreciative to know the truth so he doesn’t waste any more time/hope.

A mature man may feel angry at the outcome (vs. an immature man who gets angry at her personally). He will feel disappointed but that’s just human nature. Sure it sucks but again a mature man can and should handle rejection well and respect where the woman stands. He might not thank her but in the long run he will be thankful.

However I noticed some women complaining on GAG about how the guy they rejected is no longer giving them any attention. I’m like “well no shit Sherlock what’s the point of him still talking to you?”. That doesn’t mean he should be rude to her of course. But he didn’t approach you to just be friends and deep down you know it. Expecting him to just magically forget the rejection and suddenly “just be friends” is extremely entitled.

I’ve had to turn down a few women in my life. None of them ever kept talking to me unless they had to out of small talk. Sure it was awkward and I often felt bad about it but I completely understood why.

However why is it that women still expect the rejected man to keep talking to her? I seriously believe this is the ugly real reason why so many women choose to play games with men. It gives them plausible deniability so they can keep them in the friéndzone. They know if they are honest with the guy then chances are he will leave and wish her best of luck. Yet they act so entitled to the attention. It’s very selfish and disrespectful to the position the man is in.

I noticed women sometimes posting really stupid questions about how the guy they rejected is now “ignoring them”. Is it just selfishness or guilt?
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