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Views on flirting dating behaviors and promiscuity

Don’t hit on a girl out of the blue, that’s creepy.

They’ve received vulgar sexual texts and private messages online.

They struggle to connect with women on an intimate level. They don’t gain experience to become more confident men and better partners.

I don’t think a lot of women realize how much this predator shame hurts them as well.

Because there are endless positive flirting stories out there.

I’ve helped hundreds of strangers make great connections myself. If you’re a woman reading this, think: Have you ever felt flattered when a cute guy made eye contact with you at a coffee shop / bar / party?

I’m scared that if I say ‘Hi’ to a new girl I’ll be a labeled as a predator.” “C’mon man, that’s not going to happen.” I replied. One of my female friends said that if a random guy even smiles at her, it’s sexual assault.” I was speechless! There’s a rapidly growing culture that promotes safe sex, consent, and healthier relationships for women. However, this message is being misinterpreted and taken to extremes.

It unintentionally condones complete female control while subtly shaming men for their natural sexual desires. And both men and women are perpetuating it and suffering because of it.

They’ve had a guy staring at them for hours at the library.