Why is it that women expect men to approach, but most men seem to believe women feel harassed?

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I’ve seen enough girls say it to know. Women want you to approach them. They assume you do not like them if you do not approach. If you don’t ask her out. So on and so on.

Doesn’t that sound crazy to you? Cuz to me, it feels like the majority of men are not running around asking girls out on dates. I feel like MOST guys are trying to be respectful to women and to not harass them. MOST guys are just trying to find a girlfriend, but fear to approach girls out of respect or social conditioning.

I know there’s SOME men who run around cat calling girls, harassing them, some guys are players and take girls home every night. But those are outliers are they not? They don’t count.

If women want the guys who are good men and respectful to approach, but those guys have been taught not to do so, how can you convince them that it is OK to ask girls out and to express their interest? Because I personally believe that not guys feel that they are bad if they do such things.

Am I wrong? Are 90% of guys really out there just chasing women all the time? I think that’s a tiny minority.
Why is it that women expect men to approach, but most men seem to believe women feel harassed?
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