Msn dating and relationships

10 Feb

Or maybe it’s because we’re simply trying too hard.It’s fine to say, “You’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever seen”—or something—but pitting a woman against her friends, as though this were a beauty pageant is not a good way to go about this.As a rule of thumb, complimenting a woman by putting other women down is always a bad choice.It’s kind of understood by now that this is an extremely sexist thing to say in professional environments, but, for some reason, a lot of women that I know who are in male-dominated athletic professions (like skiing or boxing) still get that a lot. Please assume that I know how I’m feeling better than you and don’t patronize me by acting like you know better.And please just take what I say at face value instead of engaging in some psychobabble to try to get me to do what you want.

Depending on what culture you grew up in, even a seemingly “woke” guy can give off the impression that it’s incredibly crass or unattractive for women to smoke, drink, or curse (but not men, obviously).

It’s important for both sexes to be polite and courteous, but the onus is not on women to uphold the moral fabric of society.

If I’m so beautiful/smart/amazing then make the logical assumption that I’m single because I’m picky, because I can afford to be.

(And, yes, that includes those of us surrounded at all times by a wealth of viable suitors or eye-lash-batting women.) Maybe it’s because we hate feeling vulnerable.