Dating cultured men
Men freely and casually expressing such contempt for women in situations where they’re supposed to impress them speaks largely to the problem at hand, and is quite frankly terrifying.What’s even more terrifying is how unapologetic most of them are about it.If I can’t even make it through a simple meal without an harmfully archaic view of women, it’s no wonder women face such momentous obstacles in every facet of life—from not getting that raise despite having the qualifications to having our bodies seen as public space to not being believed when we report our sexual assaults.Of course, my limited experiences and the experiences of a dozen women on my Facebook page can’t show the full extent to which this problem actually exists in society, but the dates I went on showed me a pretty accurate scale of the rape culture we’re up against.
On a date with a guy from New Jersey, he revealed to me that most women who accuse men of sexual assault just regret having sex or just want attention.
He made reservations at an upscale BBQ restaurant (I live in NYC, so that’s a thing) and upon meeting him I immediately decided he was cute, nice, and a good conversationalist.
Which is not easy to do with first-date jitters and the anticipation of really good mac and cheese.
Think about the classy men that you’ve met who have high standards and only accept the best.
They have a certain air about them that is impressive.Another told me that when she told her date she didn’t like his favorite movie, he said he’d slap her if she weren’t so pretty.