Hey ya’ll —
When two people first meet and the guy wants to have sex, why is it that many women say, “I am not that kind of girl, and I need to get to know you better”? What’s wrong with just being honest?
I feel that this is actually a big lie that women tell. After all, if the guy who wanted to have sex with them was a dude like Idris Elba or Odell Beckham, it’s unthinkable that they would say to him, “I’m not that kind of girl.”
Every woman is “that kind of girl” with a select few men under the right circumstances. When women say this, what they actually mean is, “I am not that kind of girl with you.”
Why can’t they just say the following: “I like you, or I like spending time with you and I appreciate your sexual attraction toward me, I do not feel the same way; …basically I wish you well, but nah bruh.”
What is wrong with saying something as honest and as heartfelt as that?
I call women on this all the time on dates, and they are speechless, because they know I have caught them in a lie. Suffice to say, I have no interest in a second date, and I move on.
I find this line of thinking disingenuous. AM I wrong? Should I stop calling women out??
Hey ya’ll —