Are handsome men intimidating
They take one look at me and assume I'm a womanizer. In fact, it really doesn't seem to matter what I say when I'm interacting socially with a fertile woman for the first time.
Then there are the more aggressive types who assume I'm a womanizer, and are disappointed to find out that I'm not. I cling to the kinky notion that a woman worthy of my carnal affections should first be able to give me good I tell women that I am just as interested in conversation as sex. Everything I say, no matter how simple, is parsed for my supposed womanizing agenda, as if every sentence were taken from my " I could say something as straightforward as "I like sushi," only to be met with a suspicious "I'll bet you do," or "What's that supposed to mean? Why should a woman have to put out mentally before I put out physically?
She’s only being nice because she wants to just “be friends” or wants something from us and is of course used to getting her way.”t’s a long-standing belief that nice guys will put her on a pedestal so high that even if he could reach her, he’s push her higher demanding too much from himself.
The pressure mounts up and he either finds himself under in one of these types or all as his thoughts progress: From all that (and more) it’s completely understandable how hard it can be to not only find a nice guy whose not so hung up on your looks, but to actually meet a nice man who you will feel attracted towards or is slightly indifferent and knows how to look deeper inside first before all the man-chatter leads him astray.
Every guy is trying to get in her pants, how are we any different? How could we show her we’re different and want more than just a lay? It’s our problem as we “teach guys” that yes, they might want to treat a hot sexy model or a well guarded 10 a little differently or using the same “tactics” on her won’t work the same BUT that has little to do with attraction or more about how many times she’s being hit on daily by every guy she comes in contact.