Do women like to be approached in public in 2022?

Do women like to be approached in public in 2022?
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  • i'm not going to vote because i'm married. i think the single women these days deep down want it. but it's not trendy. women prefer the praise of social media right now- and it's very trendy to shoot men down and even do it in a way that tries to embarrass them for trying.

    i don't think Meghan Trainor (aka Miss Piggy) did girls any justice with her "No" song. the biggest lie in the whole song is "i don't need a man. if i want a man then i'ma get a man." as if men are just like the bars of chocolate she wolfs down on a regular basis.

    having a disgusting fatbody up there singing a song about rejecting men is perverse. the average fat girl is in no position to be getting choosy. and they are only rejecting men because it is a temporary high like eating a piece of chocolate.

    it feels good to shoot men down. but only for a little while. it feels much, much, much worse to be getting even older and fatter and every day there's fewer and fewer men giving you the opportunity to reject them. and then after awhile, you don't even get access to the rejection high.

    i've got 3 girlfriends in my group who are CONSTANTLY crying on my shoulder because they aren't married, and they know i like girls too, and sometimes they even have suggested having threesomes with me any my hubby so they can get some vitamin D.

    so let me tell you GENTLEMEN... yeah women enjoy it. even if they shoot you down because it gives them an ego boost. don't do it. don't give it to them.

    in this day, women need to be the ones stepping up and letting guys know they are interested.

    by the way, when girls say "i'm shy at first, but then warm up"... what they really mean is they are COWARDS. that's right ladies i said it. you're cowards. but this is the world that women said they wanted so i got no sympathy for them. they should have married young like i did

    • It also comes off as arrogant.

    • Wow. I wonder what @subarugirl has to say about this 🤣

    • If your friends want Vitamin D they should just go out a little bit more, and enjoy the sun.

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  • I think it massively depends on the situation. If I'm at a social event then yeah - sure obviously, I'm open to talking to people.
    Maybe if I'm at for example a gallery or a museum etc it wouldn't be wildly inappropriate depending on the kind of approach (if you're engaging with the environment and talking about what we're looking at).

    But in general out and about - I don't particularly enjoy it. If I'm walking down the street, waiting in line at a shop, eating my lunch etc I'm not particularly open to being approached; especially if the only thing you have to say is that I'm hot - it just comes across as desperate and creepy.

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  • This kind of question and topic can be asked or discussed in many various ways. The bottom line is that people (regardless of gender) absolutely enjoy getting attention from people they find attractive. If that's a homosexual woman getting attention from an attractive woman, or a heterosexual man getting attention from an attractive woman, there's really minor gender differentiation.

    The important factor is not being approached or not being approached, it's who is doing the approaching.

    hey girl, hey
    hey girl, hey
    Do you have the time?
    Do you have the time?

    Some people will play hardball and say they don't want to be approached by anyone, ever. This may be true, but for the vast majority, it's not really. Anyone who truly wants no interaction with other humans at all is missing a piece of their humanity.

    • Thats a bit skewed. I want daily interaction with a likeminded, attractive woman very much, but when approached in public, I'm typically not receptive, even if she's gorgeous. This is because I simply do not know her, I don't know how she thinks, what she likes, what hobbies she has, whether or not she wants or has kids, if she drinks or does any drugs, or if she is carrying any infections. And I tend to have the ten foot pole personal space rule with people I don't know, so I give short, polite responses while walking away or looking busy. Randomly approaching strangers is just a horrible, scary way to meet someone, I much prefer getting to know them online first.

    • @TheSpaceGnome Everything is "a bit skewed", including your personal preference of randomly meeting strangers online. Which is really not different than randomly meeting people in person, other than you get LESS information when interacting online, because you cannot read a person's facial expressions, body language, or many other subtle sources of info that you would get in an offline interaction. Many people these days see meeting people offline as a "horrible, scary way" due to a lack of social skills and confidence brought on by over-use of electronics and under-utilization of said social skills.

  • From my understanding, no if you're less than a 7, yes if you're actually tall and good looking. ... Pretty much like it's always been. No disrespect to women.

    Most Western women I've ever known don't want to be approached at all, yet also complain about being single and only meeting "bad boys" who cheat on them or verbally abuse them. You can't make this stuff up, folks.

    https://www.youtube.com/embed/C9ONWHXCsrk
    • I would say to those then BE THE BAD BOY and stop complaining.

    • I'd rather be myself than be an asshole just because that's all women want.

    • Hows that working for ya?

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  • Done with some tact and with you being in the ballpark of what they find attractive, sure.

    A non-invasive compliment rarely goes wrong and does let you gauge interest.

  • So what if you even do manage to get a date? They’ll all just stare at the phone (both boys and girls)... 🙄

    Thats sadly the state of play these days I find (seen too many couples like this at the dinner table).

    My advice - if you are going on a date, just put the phone down and try learn to enjoy having company. It might just make your day?

  • In socially allowable spaces, yes. Examples social dancing, house parties, dinner parties, church fundraisers, nightclubs (assuming he's approaching from the front), dating events, drinking at a bar alone etc.

    I don't particularly want to be approached assertively when I'm minding my own business, running errands, shopping, getting ice cream with friends, or just walking down the street.

  • If I'm at a social event sure come over for a chat. If I'm doing something you find interesting come over and chat. But if I'm just walking down the street or shopping coming over to tell me I'm hot and you want a date is just creepy

  • No I don't think they do!

    • You don't think "they" do? You're not a woman?

    • @Snsl153 Just maybe you are not from an area full of old out of work homeless men and a few women who are always on the streets bugging us for money or making lude comments about us.

    • Your making yourself look like a Child @snsl153

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  • I appreciate being approached. It's reassuring to know men find me attractive. As long as they can respect my boundaries.

  • Yeah but it would depend I guess more on if I was feeling pretty and freindly and feel like chatting that day. But I mean, there's plenty of ways to get a man these days but hey yeah, it would definitely include that way.

  • Who knows, but in summer 2022, I've seen young groups of women on more than one occasion wearing dresses so skimpy, so low cut, so short, that if they don't want to be approached then they should be arrested for indecent exposure.

    • If they don't want to be approached they say "no", and that is that, whatever they're wearing...

  • Odd years only?

  • Not at all.

  • What I cannot understand is that women are ok with guys walking up and talking to them in a bar, or asking for a date... in a bar

    But if you tried that just in public... say a grocery store or just on the street... they would call you a creep and call the cops.

    Makes no sense.

  • I can't say for all the ladies out there, but for me I really appreciate men who take the first move. It just matters on how men approach a lady, if it's getting creepy we'll probably won't like it and run haha.

  • I would like to say yes, it just depends on the time and place.

  • Like when I'm walking fast with my earphones in, probably not lol
    But normally I don't mind getting approached normally by normal dudes...

  • Sure why not.. just only he know how to approach a girl and not being a creep.. and i always flexible at this if somone start the convo w me

    • What does a creep do, so the guys know?

    • Like he's bragging about his life or could be his sexual life as well.. asking too many personal information that will be a turned off, annoyed us in public too

  • I was approached by someone just this morning, and we ended up talking for hours about all sorts of things (but mainly what he was interested in, which was computer games; thankfully I'm a gamer).

    Anyway, yes, I don't mind it at all, because at the very least it compels me to mix with people who aren't like me, with people I might otherwise have avoided, and I need this because my social skills aren't the best.

  • yes, they actually decided this back in 2021...

    but they will only want to be approached during the Summer and Fall, so as soon as the Winter hits... BACK OFF!!

    they will hate to be approached in public

  • I personally do it.

  • Of course they do. But they only want to be approached by the top 10% of eligible bachelors. The rest of us are just creepers, pervs and harassers.

  • Some do, some don't. Be respectful when you do. If you know that you have no idea how to talk to women, don't do it until you learn how.

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