Pretty girls intimidating guys
I’m going to find a woman who matches my passion, who makes me feel attractive and sexy, who is excited about me.”It’s not that you’re wrong for attempting to protect yourself, Ashley.
It’s that your layers of protection may be having an unintended side effect—putting off otherwise well-meaning men who don’t want to feel like they’re in seventh grade all over again.
I really doubt anyone who knows me well would say I was a bitch or give anyone a reason to be afraid of me.
I feel that I am always having to make the first move with guys and I would like to feel as though I am being pursued, instead of the other way around for once.
Men are to pretty girls what paparazzi are to celebrities.
Imagine what it’s like when you’re objectified wherever you go. A reasonable man with looks and money and life experience might very well say to himself, after five dates with nothing more than a kiss, “Screw this.— Intimi-dating ART: You are doing zero things wrong. I had no idea what that meant, but I think it had something to do with the fact that I was/am shy, that I can tend to furrow my brow when thinking which makes me look angry, and that I can come off as distant because of these things.In high school I was told I was intimidating (my senior year! Also, as you can see from my picture, I’m supermodel handsome.And I’m delighted to report that I actually have a five minute VIDEO that takes on the same topic. Despite your very accurate concerns that men want to sleep with the pretty girl, pretty girls get married ALL THE TIME. They let down their guard, they take a chance, and they TRUST. Evan has all kinds in the sidebar, though I think he could stand to add some of the veggie singles sites 🙂Also, are these hot guys (who might, as others have pointed out, be shallow and not call if she doesn’t put out right away) or regular joes (who might feel patronized or suspicious if she hasn’t established some non-sexual connection with them prior to the date that would explain her interest)?Without knowing more, it’s hard to tell, though I think Evan is right on.