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|Title||CMV: A lot of women's experiences being hit on / harassed by dudes come from the fact that men are still expected to make the first move and be persistent.|
|Date||July 3, 2019 1:24 PM UTC (3 years ago)|
Guys are not unattractive because they're insecure, they are insecure because they're unattractive. I feel like this is a common misconception.
January 13, 2023
Creeps and a-holes keep hitting on women because sometimes they get results. A guy who's respectful will be seen as boring or not even noticed.
January 25, 2023
CMV: For all our talk about clear consent and dudes being creepy, it's the dudes taking chances that will end up with the girls, while the nice and respectful ones will be going home alone.
November 29, 2018
CMV: Loud self-proclaimed male feminists are merely the equivalent of those girls who have no female friends and say they prefer the company of men because 'women are catty and bitchy'
October 9, 2018
It seems to be common knowledge that fewer men are dating and in relationships than women. But if the gender ratio is roughly 50/50, how can this be?
August 2, 2021
CMV: Women get annoyed when guys discuss having trouble dating, pickup strategies and/or being incel because these concepts are alien to them
February 25, 2018
CMV: Creep shaming and #metoo will exist for as long as society expects men to be the initiators and make the first move romance and dating-wise.
August 31, 2018
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