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Posted 2/15/11
its still nicer guy ask a girl out
Posted 4/24/11
I wouldn't but that is only because I am a really shy person and I dislike taking risks. Moreover, I am afraid of rejections (which many are) and I can't maintain great courage and I lack great skills here; this is a noob's reply anyway. So nope, I wouldn't.
Posted 4/24/11
I wouldn't mind asking a guy out. I've never done so before. I think I'm more confident now than before, and that I could ask a guy (or girl) out if I so pleased. I am a little bit anxious and a scaredy-cat, but I think I could. And there certainly wouldn't be anything wrong with it if I did, or if any girl does, in my opinion.
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Posted 4/24/11
It's a nice gesture when a guy asks a girl out. But for guys who are dense in this area (such as myself, lol) it wouldn't be a problem for a girl to make the move, especially if she likes the guy. I mean it's not like the female is proposing, just asking for a chance to get to know the guy they like on a deeper level than just being friends.
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Posted 4/25/11
I would definitely like for a girl to ask me out since I haven't been having luck with women lately, getting rejected left and right....hurts
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Posted 4/25/11
いいえ私は拒絶反応を嫌う
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Posted 4/25/11

cbisram wrote:

Judging by these responses, women shouldn't be surprised of the lack of gender inequality in this world.


Gaburiera-chan wrote:

I wouldn't make the first move, I'm like you, traditional.



anime_otaku-nerd wrote:

I wouldn't ask...even if I was a guy I wouldn't...I fear rejection and humiliation and they guy I like is a friend



starryeyeddreamer wrote:

No way I'd be to scared, plus I think it's the guy's responsibility ><"



1001_tears wrote:

no i don't think i would, i don't have the guts to do,


I am surprised that in the age of 2007, in a post-feminist era, young women are unwilling to break past tradition in order to get the guy they actually want, and would instead opt to sift through several offers of male companionship over the years to find a guy worth something.

My response to such sentiments as those above would be, don't girls think guys fear rejection and humiliation as well, or are we just emotionless sex hounds? Guys have had to fend for themself and deal with rejection since the dawn of time, and its about time for women to have to pursue the opposite gender, rather than sit back and hope for the best.

There is a reason why being called a 'pussy' denotes cowardism, and as long as girls keep acting in a way which supports this, why complain that its not true?


I totally agree. I think since the post-feminist movements of equal rights, women have long milked the double standard. If I like a guy, I'll ask him out if he doesn't ask me out first. I'll probably give him some kind of 'grace' period to let him make the first move before I go for it, but that's a courtesy more than anything (some guys like asking a girl out, I imagine?). Cheaper car insurance, a vast minority of us seem to engage in active manual labour or 'masculine' career fields like welders, etc. Many girls still seem to prefer their press on nails and being 'kept' women. Me: No way. If I ever get pregnant or something like that, sure I'll probably be a wuss for like a year. But that's also kind of a health issue, rather than a double standard seeing as men don't get pregnant (at least, none that I've known!). I like to remember that while Chivalry is nice and appreciated from time to time, it's not something to demand/enforce or rely upon. Conversely, any guy I date better work as hard as I do. No slackers in my love life
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Posted 4/25/11
I know tradition states the guy asks the girl out but I personally have no problem with a girl asking me out. It's cool with me.
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Posted 4/25/11
Girls are all to shy these days, if a girl asked me out i wouldn't refuse because at least she has the courage to ask me out plus it helps me to get to know other people
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26 / F / New York
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Posted 4/25/11 , edited 4/25/11
I would N.E.V.E.R!
Oh the fear of rejection... the humiliation... >_<
Besides I'm not that courageous at all!
But I would tell the guy my feelings first IF the situation ensures that I will never see him again.

I have yet to meet a guy that made me want to ask him out first...
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Posted 4/25/11
Do you know how hard this can be for a guy? We're just human and I am also shy!
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Posted 4/25/11
it's the right thing to do girls ^_^
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Posted 4/25/11
I have before, but I got rejected. If only I could go up to his face again and say, "LOOK AT ME NOW, BEEYOTCH!"
I was so nerdy back then, and I've changed. Maybe he would've changed his mind?

OT: I've done it before, I'm okay with I guess, it's just the fear of rejection. Nobody wants that. Don't mind though, change is good (sometimes). I feel sorry for the dudes, since they have to gather up the courage to ask the girls out. Girls can do the same thing, some of us just don't have the balls to do so.

P.S. you know what I mean by balls. Not the real ones, but hypothetically speaking.
Posted 4/25/11
Where's the fun in that >.>
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Posted 4/25/11
I think its totally okay for a girl to ask a guy out, i did it with my last boyfriend...i believe that males and females should have equal say in everything this being a perfect example.

Now it doesn't always work in every case but hey go for it! ^_^
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