Women are not taught to approach men. We are taught how to entice them, perplex them, and even spoil them. If someone were to teach a class on making moves on men, I don’t even know what the course syllabus would look like.
Men always declare they are simple creatures, but we know better (translation: you are simple, we are anything but). The way to turn a man’s head and grab his attention is not the hard part (it starts with a sexy shoe, doesn’t it?), though. After the approach, a smart man wants to know the lady has substance.
I think a lot of women get caught up on making the outward appearance pretty that they forget to showcase their brains and wit. I have even had to catch myself and tone down the va-va-voom on a first date.
We want to be desirable to men of course. We just want to stand out from all the man-hungry, thirsty females who do and say anything to get temporary attention from men.
Guys, when was the last time a woman approached you and held your interest? What do you think it was about her that made her stand out?
Ladies, do you ever find it difficult to maintain a man’s interest beyond that evening when you are looking oh so hot on the dating scene? When you go from your night time look to your daytime/every day look, are men surprised at the difference in you?
Do you find that you play up the vixen side too much in the beginning when you first meet a man?