Most women don't seem to have any real understanding of the work and sacrifices that men are expected to make when in a relationship: the cost for us is very high, and so too are the risks, both legal and societal. When the major shift first began, with the Baby Boomer generation, men still got into relationships and married, having no idea what those changes meant - and tons of men got absolutely destroyed. Most of GenX didn't learn the lesson, and tons of GenX men got similarly destroyed. But Millennials had 2 generations (sometimes 3) to learn from, and learn they did, and GenX got wiser, and they increasingly refuse to accept these one-sided relationship deals, where she gets all the benefits and he assumes all of the responsibility and liability. They realized that they could simply refuse to agree to relationships entirely, and only engage in casual sex unless the could find a fair deal with a woman who provided HIM value too.So, ask yourself this: what do YOU bring to a relationship that is valuable enough to men to choose all of the costs, liabilities, and responsibilities of a relationship, when the alternative for him is to get casual sex (from you or some other girl) and otherwise be free to do as he likes? What do you provide that makes you worth so much of his time, sweat, and tears - not stuff that YOU think is valuable, but that HE thinks is valuable?If you (any women) don't have a great answer to that question, then you've just explained why guys wouldn't be interested in a relationship with you, and only see you as a potential source of casual sex.
Bruh I ain’t reading that shit too long
That's your choice, and you're the one who will suffer the consequences of your decision. It's hard to imagine at 16, I know, but there will come a day when you might wish you'd taken the 5 minutes to read it.
If I don’t do my homework why would I read that I am good
You are proud of your ignorance. I get it.
She's just a little kid. Don't take it to heart. For me personally, I think a girl could offer being a lifelong faithful partner/wife. That seems more important to me than casual sex. I've reached that point in my life where I am tired of casual sex. I was that guy that used women for sex and I got too many stds from skanky women and from bad judgment. I lived those lonely nights of playing the field but a part of me wants to connect with a girl and develop something real that will survive for the long run. I don't care if she gets all the benfits and I have to work for most of it. As long as she'll be there till the very end thats worth it for me
@LeoElias That's fine, and your choice... but relationships require work and investment and sacrifice, and if a person can't invest the smallest amount of effort to improve (reading a few paragraphs of an answer to a question they themselves asked?), then I can't imagine they're going to hang in there when things get tough or a few things don't go their way.And men are getting better at figuring that out, which is why men judge so many women as "not relationship material." I personally prefer relationships, but I'm not so desperate that I'll commit to a woman who isn't interested in bringing anything more than sex to the relationship, but has a long list of things that I have to bring, provide, take responsibility for, or are no longer allowed to do.It's her life and her choice, of course, but I'm trying to help her understand WHY so many men are only interested in sex from a lot of women: because sex is all many women have (or are willing to) offer.
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No, but I’m not a man, because I don’t want that