and I don’t really deal with any of the prototypical ‘girl cattiness’ that people talk about.
No one calls me a tease, or easy, or attention-mongering.
Why is it that Americans feel the need to almost apologize when they are looking for someone?
Take it as a sign or a call to action in American speak. See what happens is many American girls are serial monogamous daters until their 30s for this reason. American girls like this are horrible to date if you ask me. This is how you are supposed to feel when you do not have your other half. I teach English one on one and I will tell you what I learned. I recognize I’m not owed anything, but people just assume that women are showered with that attention for being female. But on the other hand, it’s impossible to find a retail job, or a desk job. You aren’t getting any younger, and there aren’t exactly many men—any men—falling over themselves to talk to you. Should doduo stumble upon this post here, I do hope our commenters are kinder and more understanding than some of the the shitheads on Reddit were to her. Sometimes I feel like I could be an amazing criminal, because when you’re a woman, no one suspects you, and when you’re ugly, no one remembers you. I’ve done everything humanly possible to make myself look better, barring surgery, and the particular architecture of my face insures that I’m just never going to be anyone men want to be around. I don’t know who this woman is, and I wish I could offer encouraging words to her, but I don’t know what it’s like to be an unattractive woman, but I appreciate her honesty and candor and hopefully there’s someone out there who also prioritizes those qualities over physical appearance.But while online dating may be a great way to find your soul mate, you’ll be confronted with thousands of candidates.And, like many other online offerings, the "product" received may not always be what was advertised.