I believe this is true for a couple reasons: Other data, such as a woman's religious or political beliefs, her social class, her family, etc.
are either immediately available to a man via conversation, or else far less significant in garnering his attraction.
That’s the entire essence of this blog; rather than complaining about why men should change (which they should!
), it’s more powerful to understand the people you’re trying to date.
If you’re going to understand the male dating experience, a great place to look is online, where, generally, as in real-life, men are the pursuers and women are the pursued.
According to this juicy infographic, 69% of men got rejected before the first date.
From an evolutionary biology standpoint, this makes good sense: the man who propagates his genes successfully does not need months to judge the reproductive potential of his mate, or her ability to nurture and raise children; he can see these things from physical cues, as well has her energy, moods, and her instinct to take care of him.
We spent a lot of time together, and by three months I was in love.If you look at the top of the page under my name, you’ll see two short sentences: Understand Men. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that if men understood women, they’d do better with women.Nor is it surprising that women who understand men do better with men.Also, I am not saying that this is the only way women fall in love, or the most common.I recognize that women can experience something closer to "love at first sight." The important thing to recognize is that you cannot expect (much less make) a man gradually fall in love with you in the same way that you might fall in love with a man. Male romantic love is something that either starts early and continues, or else doesn't start at all.