>go on a couple of dates this week with three different women
>one asked how big my cock was
>one asked what my fetishes were
>two asked if I masturbated to them yet
>all three asked how much money I made
Whatever happened to tact? Is this what passes for modern flirting? None of them seemed trashy, either, and only one I met on an online dating site. All three are STEM educated (two chemistry, one actuarial science) and 25-26 years old.
I'm attracted to modesty. Give me a girl who looks good in a dress and I can have a smooth conversation with and things will be dandy. I'm a little prudish myself so it catches me off guard to meet women who are sexually aggressive like this. It's a major turn off.
I wouldn't be turned off by the sexual shit but asking how much money you make is a pretty big red flag. I would never ask anyone I went on a date with how much they made. Probably where they work and then you know you could make an assumption but not like "Wow, you work at the Gap? Does that pay enough that I can sit on my ass all day while you finance my life?"
And on an unrelated note, why the fuck do people get so triggered by pineapple on a pizza?
Stem girls tend to over plan their lives, one aspect of that is they create these mental check lists, that are often time impossible to pass. You know shit like over 6 foot, under 180 lbs, making six figures before age 30.....that sort of shit.
Working women may want to know how much you make because it's important to them that you make more than them, regardless of actual amount. Something about breadwinning and manliness, Idk at least 2/3 of yours are gold diggers, get out now.
I can't really explain it, but I've seen a few articles on the web on "good dating" that suggest asking the sorts of questions that are usually considered taboo make for a better date.