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We no longer have to put in the effort of flowers, chocolates, dates, etc., and if we do, we come off as stage-five clingers.
I'm not looking for a girlfriend, nor am I looking for a wife.
(#Feminism, guys.) Huff Post's article chronicling the history of personal dating ads notes that in the late 1800s, when it was starting to become more socially acceptable to take out these ads, the first ever scammers and catfishers hit the scene.
Which kind of breaks my heart, because if my one true star-spangled love up there is a phony my little damsel heart shall break.
It's pretty obvious that women own the cards, and when they start acting like it, they'll finally start getting dinner from places that don't deliver.
But why now does it seem like it's completely impossible for men to do what I would consider the 'normal' thing? I think I'm the only single guy I know that actually takes a girl out to a restaurant on a first date. If you take a girl out and show her you're more than some douche looking to just get in her pants, odds are, you're going to get a second date, at least. Treat yourself to a good meal, and if the company is good, why the hell wouldn't you take a girl out to a nice dinner?
Call me old fashioned, but a nice dinner is worth the money to get to know someone to some extent. All I know is, the more I look around, the less I see men treating women the way that we're raised to. What happened to pulling out chairs and holding doors?
If I take you out to a nice dinner, it's because I'm a nice guy, and I am looking forward to spending time with you somewhere other than the bedroom.
Eventually, I feel that women will wise up and start asking for the things that they deserve, the things used to be automatic and expected of men, like holding a door, pulling out a chair, and paying for dinners.