Now imagine being expected to do this in order to find a romantic partner, then try walking up to that really, really cute guy.
Now I know that it doesn’t always happen that way, but that’s the way society has long since defined dating, and plenty of women still get asked out to this day.
As such, the man still feels responsible for doing the bulk of the asking.
While there are different theories for the reasoning, the clients I work with all agree with the premise of not being able to fit the hyper-masculine culture perpetuated by Western society.
Sure some may work out, hit the weights and look strong but they lament that women do judge a book by its cover.
However, if we’re going to have a discussion about how girls respond to a “white guy,” then it’s only logical to admit that the only person who can be true knowledge of this is a white guy.
If you’re not a white guy, then your opinion on how people respond to “white guys” can only be that of a spectator.I’ll be the first to admit that, if dating happened in a textbook scenario, it’s actually fairly straightforward for women.We just wait around until a guy asks us out, and then we decide if we’re going to let it happen.I WANT the ‘white guy’ myth to be true, and obviously am not offended when people told me the myth.It would be like a black guy being offended by the “big penis” stereotype, right?My heart melted at that first sight of his big sesame-oil brown eyes.