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    Women Courting Men

    I'm seeing this thing more and more often nowadays. What is your view on women courting men, making the first step like inviting them out or even proposing for marriage? To me it seems a little bit abnormal and strange. Some people say it's because of the 21st century feminisation of men and masculinisation of women, a role reverse.

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    The whole thing turns me on to no end really. Not to mention it takes all the pressure off me. <woooo!>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    What is your view on women courting men, making the first step like inviting them out or even proposing for marriage?
    Quite simply the fact of women leading the courting is not wrong, as I'm sure it has been like that in previous eras of mankind, but the proposals of marriage does bother me.

    Is the man that pussy whipped and gentle that he needs the woman to lead the way?

    It just seems tradition is slipping away and the world puts it down to "it being the 21st Century"
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    A man can still say 'no' , at least as he has half a brain, which makes it a consensual relationship.

    Only once did I date a girl younger than myself, just to learn I like a girl to be a couple of years older than me (in the words of Oscar Wilde: "I prefer women with a past. They're always so damned amusing to talk to."), and an older girl will act, almost naturally, with growing confidence in every single matter - I never felt my masculinity being threatened though, even if the first kiss didn't came from my lips. Consider Parsifal, our great Germanic hero, he wasn't a womanizer at all, Parsifal was innocent at heart, and nobody calls him whimpy.

    The mythical heroes the bards sung of in medieval times were in a way servants of their mistresses, when it came down to romance itself.

    Also, some men are just too scared to get married, and need their woman to push them passed the peak of indecision. Better that way, than having no marriage at all, no?
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    I definitely don't want to see loss of tradition ( although its gone already ) ( for most ) but I don't see a problem with a girl asking a guy out. Maybe he is to shy, or maybe he is scared of getting turned down. She asks him out, they date, they marry, they have 4 babies and live happily ever after.

    What I don't like is for a women to ask a man to marry her? That's just strange, and not so romantic.
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    When I'm courting men, I'm usually on all fours, similar to a cat in heat. jk
    I don't agree with men stepping down and women taking over.. haven't we seen this enough? I would never ask a man to marry me! Maybe to go out for coffee or lunch.. but you won't see me getting down on one knee anytime soon. I think if men were a little more aggressive we wouldn't have this problem.

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    I dont think its appropiate. Men are suppoused to be hunters, but todays many men seem to not dare to be masculine or dont have the ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alfadir View Post
    I dont think its appropiate. Men are suppoused to be hunters, but todays many men seem to not dare to be masculine or dont have the ability.
    Oh and I bet your a fine example of masculinity, huh?


    "Dare to be masculine" can be translated to "wants to rot in jail". Men no longer have honor because we have gone from a polite society (pay respect to the man with the gun) to a society of law, which favors the weak and effeminite.

    Personally women courting does not work for me. How do I know if a woman's courting (attention) is not something else?


    For example I was on a Coach with a bunch of young people. Some Girl (who I met on the streets a week earlier, no joke) after talking to me for a hour was like "My sister found her husband on a Coach tour...." which then she smiled at me oddly and I was like ??

    Was that courting or was that something else? Cause I was stumped and thinking on that one for days.


    Better leave the courting to us men, because my brain (which is located below my waist) is not good at picking at subtle hints that women like to throw around every given opportunity.


    Women do not need to court. I just wish some women in particular wouldn't be so shy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    I'm seeing this thing more and more often nowadays.
    Because otherwise women would end up as nuns in a cloister. European men have become extremely shy during the last decades, others do not even bother to "waste" some time for women - increasing levels for the virtual bard or paladin is way more imortant...
    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin
    What is your view on women courting men,
    Well, women always courted men, it´s nothing unusual. But
    IMO there is a difference between male and female courting, especially these days:
    male way of courtship: I came I saw, I conquered.
    female way of courtship: I saw, I conquered, I came.
    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin
    making the first step like inviting them out or even proposing for marriage? To me it seems a little bit abnormal and strange.
    I don´t find it strange (because I am a bit used to it) - I mean, for a woman, rationally spoken, inviting a man for dinner can be cheaper and of way greater benefit than spending money for obscure things in strange shops.
    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin
    Some people say it's because of the 21st century feminisation of men and masculinisation of women, a role reverse.
    Are we men feminized? Then we should be the ones who want children, and not the ones who give women that want a child a kick in the butt.
    (just happened to my sister by her first and only bf ever, after 10 years of relationship - one manhating career woman more...)
    Are women masculinized? Do we see them fighting back rapists or apologizing them? Both genders are degenerated thanks to liberalism and cultural marxism.


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    I don't see the problem with it. Women have never done anything to make me feel remotely desirable to them, so why would I assume they wanted to date me? If they do, they need to step up and tell me.

    It's in the nature of most men to pursue the female, but not everyone fits perfectly into a gender mold, and that minority shouldn't be forced to act in a contrived, totally uncomfortable way simply to avoid negative opinion.

    But aside from that, I don't see 'asking someone out' as anything particularly masculine. Most women don't outright hit on men. They're more likely to casually ask a guy what he's doing at the weekend or something similar. I don't see it as a symptom of social decline, but rather a mark of a more relaxed, fluid relationship between the sexes (if it's even markedly different now than previously -- something I'm not entirely convinced of).

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