Why women should feel complimented when a guy is interested  

redmustang91 57M  
8813 posts
6/14/2005 1:24 pm

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Why women should feel complimented when a guy is interested


As a guy I cannot understand all the sex harassment women get all the time. Women don't do that to me obviously! If I was Tom Cruise or Brad Pitt I might but the normal guy does not have that problem.

Still I think a woman should feel complimented when a guy wants to have sex with her. I know it may not seem special when so many express interest, but consider in a few decades no one may be expressing interest. Would you prefer that situation? And sharing sexual pleaure is not exactly a slap in the face. So why the negative attitude? Why the resentment and expressions of outrage? Granted some guys are crude and express it inappropriately. But it still is a compliment, and should be rejected in a light way if possible.

rm_txrose4uNTX 57F
3289 posts
6/14/2005 1:53 pm

I agree to a degree. Tact and diplomacy should prevail under any ettiquete circumstances..... However, I can certainly see situations where this is beyond good behavior....

Laters...


LeEnchantress 55F

6/14/2005 1:59 pm

Somehow i don't quite agree!! LOL.. especially if the guy is way over/under whatever age we desire.. is not our type.. mentally, physically... or emotionally... Why shud we feel flattered?
If it's a good looking desirable guy. then yes.. but not all the guys on here are that.
Do you feel complimented when a woman you wouldn't even dream of holding hands with... let alone screwing expresses the desire to sleep with you? I doubt it.. I've seen how guys act when they aren't the least bit interested in a woman.. they just blow them off.. with no thought to their feelings... So.. hey. i'm not going to feel bad if i tell a guy i'm not interested.. If they want to lay the guilt trip on women.. then it's their problem.. not ours.
Just my two cents....but really.. this idea is silly.


LeEnchantress 55F

6/14/2005 2:01 pm

Somehow i don't quite agree!! LOL.. especially if the guy is way over/under whatever age we desire.. is not our type.. mentally, physically... or emotionally... Why "should" we feel flattered?
If it's a good looking desirable guy. then yes.. but not all the guys on here are that.
Do you feel complimented when a woman you wouldn't even dream of holding hands with... let alone screwing expresses the desire to sleep with you? I doubt it.. I've seen how guys act when they aren't the least bit interested in a woman.. they just blow them off.. with no thought to their feelings... So.. hey. i'm not going to feel bad if i tell a guy i'm not interested.. If they want to lay the guilt trip on women.. then it's their problem.. not ours.
Just my two cents....but really.. this idea is silly.


007sexy40plus 51F  
7603 posts
6/14/2005 2:56 pm

When a guy contacts me and wants the have sex with me and have not seen a hide nor hair of me, I don't see flattery I see testosterone levels overflowing. That only tells me that if he wants me sight unseen then he will not only "do" me, he will likely "do" anybody. Resentment comes when he's told you are not interested and he get disrespectful. It's ok to give a compliment, they are accepted, But I don't wish to have sex with just any ole man slinging his stick.

There are some men who will flat out get rude with women who express a desire to get to know them sexually. So I say, what's good for the goose is good for the gander. Being on one end of the spectrum, you don't get to see what some of the women must endure from these men.
So to end my post I will say "If assholes could fly, this place would be an airport"

This opinion coming to you from ME and is just that, an opinion.

I am the real deal! "Come Get Me!!!"


rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
6/14/2005 3:44 pm

i can't agree with you. some of it is an attempt to assert ownership or control over you and some of it is to treat you as a whore just for being on this site....



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wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/14/2005 8:11 pm

yes it should be taken as a compliment BUT some guys don't take no for an answer that is the fine line between showing interest and harrassment...

WyvernRose


Ultraviolet_69 62F

6/15/2005 1:41 am

After having read my profile, which I knowningly posted on a site billed as "world's largest sex and swinger site", it is not a surprise I have been contacted by men indicating they are interested in having sex with me, including those who fall outside my "ideal" perimeters. And although I may not share this interest, I am complimented. I have no desire to have sex with "any ole guy slinging his stick". In those cases where I do not believe we'd be compatible, I thank him for expressing his interest and wish him success in finding a more suitable playmate. As for harassment, that's why the block feature was established and why the blog owner can have a comment removed.


redmustang91 57M  
8658 posts
6/15/2005 8:14 am

I agree with the ladies who reject a crude advance that is not directed to them personally. That situation is not what I am referring to. My point is that if a guy gets to know you and finds you attractive, expressing sexual interest is a compliment and should be treated as such whether the woman wants to do anything about it or not! Usually man proposes and woman disposes.


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