Can any girl explain what goes through their minds when they show interest in a guy, he then acts awkwardly or insecure in response, and they change their minds about him? I mean within the span of several weeks, when you lose interest in someone because they act differently the moment they know you like them.
I ask because men usually see awkwardness as kind of cute in women, and don't seem to make behavior as crucial an issue as they do.
Imagine a retarded child looking for a balloon
They just go after the first one they see
As soon as you say something awkward they're ditzy useless brains just like haha lol I'm going to just talk to this other guy I've been keeping around lol haha
Step One: You meet someone.
Step Two: Based on the initial meeting, he seems the kind of guy you like.
Step Three: He behaves in ways that don't attract you.
Step Four: You lose interest and move on.
>he then acts awkwardly or insecure in response
Are you suggesting that this is supposed to be attractive to women?
>I ask because men usually see awkwardness as kind of cute in women
First of all, that's a generalisation. Secondly, most men prefer a girl who's confident and secure in herself over the awkward shy one.
>men usually see awkwardness as kind of cute in women
This is basically just being 'into' submissive women, the same way that you're generalizing women into being 'into' dominant men. If most men want sub girls, and most women want dominant men, I really don't understand the problem you're having.
Also, to answer the question, this >>16774439
Judging people by behavior isn't superficial, it's how people make judgments. Thinking a person is a jerm based on hat and shirt choice, that's superficial. Thinking someone one is awkward and responding as such based on them acting awkward and weird is observation and application.
>Can any girl explain what goes through their minds when they show interest in a guy, he then acts awkwardly or insecure in response, and they change their minds about him?
I'm not a grill so I don't know for sure, but I'd guess that when you show no confidence in your ability it makes them loose confidence in you as well.
Imagine you ask me to give you a lift home from work. We get in the car, I try to pull away with the handbrake still on and stall it. Then I put it in R instead of D and bump the car behind us. Then I shunt backwards and forwards four times trying to get out of a gap that's plenty big enough to just drive straight out of, and I hit the kerb in the process. Do you sit there thinking to yourself "I'm sure everything will be fine when we're bombing down the motorway at 70mph", or would you turn round to me like "actually mate it's a nice day today, I think I'll just walk the eleven miles back to my house instead"?
Being in a relationship is like any other interaction with another person - playing tennis with them, employing them to work for you, doing an assignment with them - if they don't know what they're doing you feel like they'll either mess it up so badly that the whole thing will be a waste of time, or that you'll have to spend all your time teaching them what to do instead of enjoying the activity yourself. It's a lot easier to just replace the person with someone who is more competent.
>LIke me for whats on the inside because im a girl!
>Ugh, that guy is so gross because of how he appears (clothing, mannerisms).
Top kek femfags. its just another case of people saying "do as I say, not as I do".
>Just be yourself. Don't fake it. Appear genuine.
>Caitlyn Jenner is a great example to us all about the bravery of being yourself.
>What, you were awkward because that's who you are? You stare too long or don't look people in the eyes? You have uncommon behavior that puts people off! Don't be yourself then! You're not trying hard enough!
The squirrels in the minds of progressives.