You can have people thinking you spit nails and punch concrete before breakfast.
A few weeks ago, I posted a survey to my Twitter, asking my followers what they wanted to see in this column.
And in talking to my queer friends, I found that this phenomenon seems to mainly occur in heterosexual relationships.
The queer men and women I spoke to had never been given the excuse of intimidation as the reason why they weren’t finding dates (though, admittedly, my findings are 100% anecdotal).
You brought up a few points that I want to touch on.
In fact, as you get older, you’ll find even more opportunities to meet a guy who wants to show the entire world how googly-eyed crazy he is about you.
Couches and big, comfy chairs are much more accessible in college and post-living at home life, and while it does leave you a bit lonely now, know that it’s worth the wait!
My best friend even gave me the nickname “Boy Magnet” because of what she’s seen throughout the years. I want to go on dates to amusement parks, the movies… There are plenty of great guys out there just waiting to meet you who will adore you for all that you are.
Guys claim that I’m gorgeous, they always give me compliments and attention, but it never goes any further than that. And it’s sad because I shouldn’t be worrying about stuff like this, but I am. Some guys might be intimidated by your looks, but other guys might be intimidated by the fact that you’re tall… On the opposite end, would you want to date a guy who thinks he can easily date you or that he’s doing you some kind of favor by asking you out?