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Honestly depends what you mean by trust! The women, espeically the last, I've known, I trust them in that I trust their loyalty... never had a problem with that as I pick a certain character/value of woman that is quality in that regard. But I don't trust most anyone that their emotions are together. That requires evidence and experience with them in various settings. People don't know their own blind spots and that is what the other person (me) gets exposed in a relationship... and in those blind spots are some real issues! I guess I trust my experience!
Not particularly. No offense to the few decent, loyal men still left out there, but nowadays with people thinking flings, open relationships, or cheating is okay. Or a guy lying to supposedly protect my feelings? My trust in most guys when it comes to love is microscopic.
I think most people and decent and trustworthy, and that applies to both genders.
What does "trust" mean? I put "yes" but in the sense that I open my heart and soul (but even to strangers). But I don't expect her to be "the one" or anything like that until we've been through a lot together, including difficulties, and come out stronger and better. But I have no problem with being betrayed by people, so I put my complete trust in them until so. "Innocent until proven guilty" is my motto.Like if I befriend a gangster, then once they stab me with a knife I'm like, "Whoops!" But until then, I'm very trusting.
Speaking strictly of trust in falling in love, I mean I trust the girl to be a good person until she's not. But I ceased to fall in love quickly at some point in my 20s, maybe not so much out of seeing trust betrayed but just finding that dreams and fantasies and reality don't coincide very often with love interests. So I came to fall in love more slowly, requiring a whole more real data if you real instead of imagination. But there is some small aspect of imagination there when all the real data coincides of it, like the imagination of growing old together when that starts to seem inevitable.
Women: pragmatists posing as romanticsMen: romantics posing as pragmatistsi dont think women are capable of self sacrifice. they only use love practically to gain the best benefits. theyre very practical about it. i dont judge them for it. and ill give them what they want to get what i want. but female love is shallow and self serving. to see the difference all you need to do is think about who dies for who. men die for women. not the other way around. thats how deep our love can go. their love will never go that deep.
Sure, no more or less than I trust anyone else. I don't really judge people on their gender, so it all comes down to the individual.
I don't trust the opposite gender in any department
I trust (or not) particular individuals, not an entire gender.
Yeah, she knows what she wants and I trust her to tell me that, if it ever changes then I trust her to tell me that as well.
No way... when women don't need men by human nature she can't possibly love him because he has no perceived value to her. If you mean love as in sex, yeah I trust they are capable.
Not just "generally no". Absolutely no, with no exceptions.
Not that often
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