My gf says she is romantically attracted to me, an average looking white cis male
But she also confessed she isn't sexually attracted to men, just women
Atleast now I can brag that during our three years together I've made her cum solely because I know how to use my junk
Should I be worried tho?
she's memeing you pretty hard bro
she's grooming you to be prepared for when she inevitably leaves you for a girl
all women are attracted to men, this is fact
she's just not attracted to you but wants to keep you around as a beta provider
Your girlfriend likes fucking women with strap-ons more than she likes taking your dick anon. I know because she fucked me last week and told me that you've never made her cum like that. You're just convenient, traditional and safe so she's still with you. For now. Until you ask for that kinky threesome you know you want. Then, after you get awkwardly frozen out the whole time, she's mine.
"women are sex objects, men are success objects."
It's kind of a cliche, but very often true. She may have lost interest in you due to your lack of success. This isn't some voluntary choice on her part; people are attracted to what they are attracted to. It's probably easier/gentler for her to say, "I've always been attracted to women," than to say, "I used to be attracted to you, but I'm not interested anymore."
The internal conflict, not wanting to be a shallow gold-digger, and not wanting to hurt you by saying that she wants to see other men; this may be why she is attracted to other women
This is actually pretty common. 20-30 year old women are more likely to be employed, earn more money, are 60% more likely to have a college diploma, and more likely to get a promotion than a male college of the same age... It's having a very interesting and powerful effect on dating for heterosexuals.
Yes, over the entire age spectrum, taking into account 50-60 year old executives and CEOs and such, men earn much more. However, there is a big imbalance between the number of well-educated/well-paid young men and well-educated/well-paid young women. The cliche, "where are all the good men," has never been more applicable, since most womens' definition of 'a good man' requires that he have a comparable or higher income and education level. This imbalance is exacerbated by the fact that men with college diplomas and good jobs don't have the same bias against less educated, poorer, partners that women do.
There simply aren't enough "success objects" for well-educated, well-paid heterosexual women to peruse. Since bisexuality and sexual fluidity are very common among women, I expect same-sex relationships for women to increase a lot in the coming decades.
Sorry about your recent unemployment. Stay positive, and work toward long term economic/educational/professional goals. In the long run, I think this will only be a temporary rough patch.