Reply To: Open question to women about compliments
In surveys, women who are asked the question “What should a man do if he’s interested in meeting you?” overwhelmingly respond that a man should come over and introduce himself. They know that they will not be attracted to most of the men that approach them and they know that some of those approaches are going to be very awkward. Yet it’s clear that they don’t want to give up the possibility of meeting someone special and, consequently, are willing to subject themselves to this temporary discomfort. Sure, they would prefer that they were attracted to every man who approached them, but, short of that, they would prefer some awkward approaches to no approaches at all. Are there some bitches out there who are going to be pissed that, in their eyes, you are not worthy of approaching them but still do? Sure. But they don’t get to dictate to the majority what should be the standards of a man’s behavior in public. Most men are looking for true love, and if that search ruffles a few feathers, so be it. I can’t think of a more important reason to ruffle a few feathers.