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Why do people tell me I'm good looking, but girls don't pay any attention to me not even check me out? After posting pics on the internet here and there, it turns out that I'm actually a pretty good looking guy. I would think I'd get atleast a little bit of attention or looks from girls though Its such a pain in the ass for a guy. Been trying for years with 0 success.

Time to call it quits. Yes, it's been said by both men and women. The burden of initiation falls on the man because:. If you were a woman, and you had the option of approaching or letting the guy do it, which one would you choose? Now, it's your choice if you want to approach or not, just be aware that you will be single for quite a while if you don't.

Personally, the fact that some women expect the guys to do all the work is off-putting and undignifying, like I have to prove I am worth their time. Which is why I don't approach. I usually meet partners through friends only, and start off as friends. Won't you please put on some speed? This is likely the case. To the best of my knowledge, me and my friends are rarely caught checking out guys if we don't want to be.

Oh, and those bug-eye sunglasses that are so despised around these parts? They make it that much easier. My mother is 56 and has no wrinkles around her eyes.

She's been wearing sun glasses since she was So I went and bought some today. Was it my comment that inspired you to think of your mom and then to buy the sun glasses? I had just spent the day with my mom, and we'd talked about glaucoma and all we have veryyy light colored eyes, and are in the most danger of eye disease so I'd decided yesterday. You will not regret it. I had no idea how sore my eyes were outside until I took off my sunglasses after a drive.

I'll be more vigilant about it now, though! Just make sure they are rated in SPF. If they aren't SPF rated, they'll actually do more damage to your eyes since the darker the shades, the more your eyes open to allow you to see. This will let more radiation into your eyes if they aren't SPF sunglasses.

I actually found this out while buying sunglasses for my kids. Most sunglasses now have SPF but if it doesn't have the sticker I would just stay away to be safe. Just because we realize they're stupid, that doesn't mean that everyone does. A lot of women grew up hearing about all the things they shouldn't do and what happens to girls who get themselves a reputation.

So these women try to repress their sexuality instead of exploring it, and we get women who are afraid to ask men out or show sexual interest in someone and women who deny ever masturbating and women who won't speak up about any unconventional sexual desires they might have. I hope that more women discover that. Not for me, not for men, but for them. For them, men and me! Oh, come on, it's not that simple.

You can't chalk all that up to slut-shaming and repressed female sexuality. Sure, it's a factor, but it's not nearly as important as you're making it out to be. You know why young, attractive women don't approach anybody?

Because they don't have to. Even an average looking woman is sought after, so you never really have to take the first step. I would also argue that there are a bunch of other factors involved, mainly that women tend to prefer assertive, confident men and that they tend to be more selective about who they have sex with, whereas men are a lot more indiscriminate about who they fuck.

Really, if the lingering effects of outdated Victorian social conventions disappeared tomorrow, things wouldn't be any different. Women would still be dropping subtle hints and showing interest indirectly, and men would still be the ones doing the chasing. That shit ain't gonna change. To not give guys the wrong idea. I have a bf, and I want no one but him, so if I want to look at a guy out of curiosity or because I think they're attractive, I try to make it as sneaky as possible.

So many guys take the smallest sign of interest and run with it great in some situations, just not mine. Also, I do it sneakily to not make my bf uncomfortable, and I expect the same from him.

To be fair, that's often the only hint you get. Not that I don't get what you're saying, just that from a guy's perspective taking something really vague and feeling confident enough to act on it is a pretty reasonable approach. Sometimes the conversation around me is boring, sometimes I'm in a situation where it'd be inappropriate to be blatantly checking you out.

Most of the time is because, whatever reason, I don't actually want to talk to you, just look. For different reasons though. Men do it because they're afraid of being accused of sexual harassment or something that could actually get them in trouble. Women do it because it works to their advantage to get men to think that they're less interested in sex than them.

I'm not subtle because I fear any variety of punishment. I think it's just kind of embarrassing to be caught looking at another individual in a sexual manner while in a non-sexual context. I think that embarrassment plays a large role for both men and women.

I also don't think that women do it because they're trying "to get men to think that they're less interested in sex than them. I don't think there's that much rationalization behind it beyond the fact that in our culture we have been conditioned to find "being caught" embarrassing under most circumstances.

For some reason I am apparently great at telling whether a girl likes my friends or somebody else or not. But I am a complete dumbass when it comes to seeing if they are into me at all. My gf had to send me an email spelling it out in no uncertain terms when we got together, even then I had to read it like 5 times to make sure I wasn't misinterpreting it! And then you'd thought I'd lost interest despite me repeating my interest in fucking you multiple times Then there was the chick at your work who put a picture of a cat in your locker saying 'I can't wait to get my claws into you' Not to mention the dirty texts from the friend from QLD and the woman at the beach that day we were diving then your old HS girlfriend who found you on FB and sent you a message saying how you'd gotten better with age like fine wine.

This is how most girls flirt. Ignoring the fact that us women are delicate creatures who can be very subtle when we want to, there are, sadly, more contributing factors to a man's 'attractiveness' than just his appearance. I have had a brief look at your posting history to try to get a measure of your character and found:. Do you think you'll lose it anytime soon? I have to say that from these posts it appears and I'm sorry if this is a totally incorrect judgement that you might be;.

Presenting yourself in a confident way, being comfortable in your own skin and understanding who you are are all things that can influence how 'attractive' you appear as a person. Consider, also, what kind of person it makes you to expect to be 'checked out' - arrogant?

The fact you feel you're not getting enough female attention is probably a reason you're not getting any, if that makes sense. It is self perpetuating. I would suggest focussing on your personality and bettering yourself as a person, as I would to anybody who seems insecure - good things will follow, I promise.

There's nothing more attractive than a man with confidence, open-mindedness and modesty. You should post this in AskReddit. I am sure there are plenty of people that would love to give you their interpretation!

I'm all over the place, if she could reach any conclusion based on the stuff I post here she would deserve a medal.

What an incredibly interesting comment, thank you. I can see how you got "insecure" from his comments outside this thread. How do you get "entitled"? I would say entitled comes from his notion that "I'm really really good looking An awesome partner isn't going to fall in your lap I could be wrong. I scanned his comments and their general attitude seemed quite whiney and negative, but with only external blame.

Thanks for the interesting reply. A friend of mine wrote a dating book for men. Her core piece of advice about attitude was to learn how to become a "problem solver" rather than a "complainer".

That seems to fit with your observations about the OP. I see this post on every question like this. Stop feeling that way and become confident. This thread was made for people like myself and the OP, if I knew why you were downvoting me and I shouldn't post things like this I wouldn't have bothered! For example, focussing on the things that you like about yourself, and the things that you enjoy doing. Are you good at sports, or writing, or music, or do you take an interest in science, or philosophy, or history

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Was it my comment that inspired you to think of your mom and then to buy the sun glasses? I had just spent the day with my mom, and we'd talked about glaucoma and all we have veryyy light colored eyes, and are in the most danger of eye disease so I'd decided yesterday.

You will not regret it. I had no idea how sore my eyes were outside until I took off my sunglasses after a drive. I'll be more vigilant about it now, though! Just make sure they are rated in SPF.

If they aren't SPF rated, they'll actually do more damage to your eyes since the darker the shades, the more your eyes open to allow you to see. This will let more radiation into your eyes if they aren't SPF sunglasses.

I actually found this out while buying sunglasses for my kids. Most sunglasses now have SPF but if it doesn't have the sticker I would just stay away to be safe. Just because we realize they're stupid, that doesn't mean that everyone does. A lot of women grew up hearing about all the things they shouldn't do and what happens to girls who get themselves a reputation.

So these women try to repress their sexuality instead of exploring it, and we get women who are afraid to ask men out or show sexual interest in someone and women who deny ever masturbating and women who won't speak up about any unconventional sexual desires they might have. I hope that more women discover that. Not for me, not for men, but for them. For them, men and me! Oh, come on, it's not that simple. You can't chalk all that up to slut-shaming and repressed female sexuality.

Sure, it's a factor, but it's not nearly as important as you're making it out to be. You know why young, attractive women don't approach anybody? Because they don't have to. Even an average looking woman is sought after, so you never really have to take the first step. I would also argue that there are a bunch of other factors involved, mainly that women tend to prefer assertive, confident men and that they tend to be more selective about who they have sex with, whereas men are a lot more indiscriminate about who they fuck.

Really, if the lingering effects of outdated Victorian social conventions disappeared tomorrow, things wouldn't be any different. Women would still be dropping subtle hints and showing interest indirectly, and men would still be the ones doing the chasing. That shit ain't gonna change. To not give guys the wrong idea. I have a bf, and I want no one but him, so if I want to look at a guy out of curiosity or because I think they're attractive, I try to make it as sneaky as possible.

So many guys take the smallest sign of interest and run with it great in some situations, just not mine. Also, I do it sneakily to not make my bf uncomfortable, and I expect the same from him. To be fair, that's often the only hint you get. Not that I don't get what you're saying, just that from a guy's perspective taking something really vague and feeling confident enough to act on it is a pretty reasonable approach.

Sometimes the conversation around me is boring, sometimes I'm in a situation where it'd be inappropriate to be blatantly checking you out. Most of the time is because, whatever reason, I don't actually want to talk to you, just look.

For different reasons though. Men do it because they're afraid of being accused of sexual harassment or something that could actually get them in trouble. Women do it because it works to their advantage to get men to think that they're less interested in sex than them. I'm not subtle because I fear any variety of punishment. I think it's just kind of embarrassing to be caught looking at another individual in a sexual manner while in a non-sexual context.

I think that embarrassment plays a large role for both men and women. I also don't think that women do it because they're trying "to get men to think that they're less interested in sex than them.

I don't think there's that much rationalization behind it beyond the fact that in our culture we have been conditioned to find "being caught" embarrassing under most circumstances. For some reason I am apparently great at telling whether a girl likes my friends or somebody else or not. But I am a complete dumbass when it comes to seeing if they are into me at all. My gf had to send me an email spelling it out in no uncertain terms when we got together, even then I had to read it like 5 times to make sure I wasn't misinterpreting it!

And then you'd thought I'd lost interest despite me repeating my interest in fucking you multiple times Then there was the chick at your work who put a picture of a cat in your locker saying 'I can't wait to get my claws into you' Not to mention the dirty texts from the friend from QLD and the woman at the beach that day we were diving then your old HS girlfriend who found you on FB and sent you a message saying how you'd gotten better with age like fine wine.

This is how most girls flirt. Ignoring the fact that us women are delicate creatures who can be very subtle when we want to, there are, sadly, more contributing factors to a man's 'attractiveness' than just his appearance. I have had a brief look at your posting history to try to get a measure of your character and found:. Do you think you'll lose it anytime soon? I have to say that from these posts it appears and I'm sorry if this is a totally incorrect judgement that you might be;.

Presenting yourself in a confident way, being comfortable in your own skin and understanding who you are are all things that can influence how 'attractive' you appear as a person. Consider, also, what kind of person it makes you to expect to be 'checked out' - arrogant? The fact you feel you're not getting enough female attention is probably a reason you're not getting any, if that makes sense.

It is self perpetuating. I would suggest focussing on your personality and bettering yourself as a person, as I would to anybody who seems insecure - good things will follow, I promise. There's nothing more attractive than a man with confidence, open-mindedness and modesty.

You should post this in AskReddit. I am sure there are plenty of people that would love to give you their interpretation! I'm all over the place, if she could reach any conclusion based on the stuff I post here she would deserve a medal. What an incredibly interesting comment, thank you. I can see how you got "insecure" from his comments outside this thread. How do you get "entitled"? I would say entitled comes from his notion that "I'm really really good looking An awesome partner isn't going to fall in your lap I could be wrong.

I scanned his comments and their general attitude seemed quite whiney and negative, but with only external blame.

Thanks for the interesting reply. A friend of mine wrote a dating book for men. Her core piece of advice about attitude was to learn how to become a "problem solver" rather than a "complainer". That seems to fit with your observations about the OP. I see this post on every question like this. Stop feeling that way and become confident. This thread was made for people like myself and the OP, if I knew why you were downvoting me and I shouldn't post things like this I wouldn't have bothered!

For example, focussing on the things that you like about yourself, and the things that you enjoy doing. Are you good at sports, or writing, or music, or do you take an interest in science, or philosophy, or history As for the things you like about yourself - consider, are you a kind-hearted person? Are you funny, clever, giving, sensitive, strong, adventurous?

Take time to get to know yourself, and to reflect on your behaviour. Take time for yourself and actively care about your friends and family.

The world does not hate you, and you do not have to be a victim. Face yourself in the mirror and see your flaws, acknowledge them - if they bother you enough to want to change them, and it's possible, then try i. Then point out every single thing that you like. People are really interesting. Talk to them with no agendas. I've worked hard on improving myself through my personality, character traits, and my style.

It's been a long time coming and I used to hate myself in most of those departments. It seems natural to long for compliments and recognition, especially of the opposite sex, since that's a strong indication that not only do I appreciate my improvements, but the world does too. It's a good measure if you ask me. Is it arrogant or entitled for someone who has worked hard sculpting their image to expect a compliment from time to time?

Arrogant yes, entitled no. If you're entitled in a healthy manner, then you're the one that's giving yourself validation. If you're entitled, then you don't need compliments from others sure it's nice and flattering, but you don't need it. You simple know and believe that you're enough. It's flattering if people compliment you, but that's it.

External validation doesn't form the basis of your confidence, because if it did, then you wouldn't really be confident. That would just be someone putting on a thin veneer of confidence that's easily shattered.

Arrogance is demanding people to respect you, and if you feel the need to demand respect, then that's actually your insecurity speaking. And people respect you because you demand it, then they don't actually respect you. You're quoting Regina Spektor there, by the way.

Here's a fairly good live version of that very excellent song: I do not like being told I need to improve my entire life simply to appear sexually attractive to women, a woman doesn't have to do this to attract me. The idea seems a little bit ridiculous to me, that a man has to stop focusing on attracting women in order to do so. A woman who focuses on attracting men is able to attract men most of the time, they will form queues.

I think it is rational to be able to focus on a goal and work on achieving that goal. There must simply be some behaviors I do not engage in properly in order to appear attractive. I do ask women who are not attracted to me quite frequently what I can do to be more attractive, but I do not receive the laundry list I want. If an unattractive girl literally wanted me to tell her how to change her personality, looks, and taste in order to attract me or other men I would be able to give her some great pointers, and she would be able to put some effort into getting direct results from actions intended to garner these results.

I do not intend to become a pickup artist, I just want to be more attractive to the women I meet in my life in the future. Would you mind explaining how one can achieve being comfortable and confident about his looks but not arrogant or entitled by expecting other people to share the same sentiment?

Being comfortable in yourself doesn't necessarily mean in your looks, nor does it mean that you expect to be checked out. Being comfortable with yourself generally means that you like who you are and don't need others approval, so instead of expecting to be checked out, it would mean not even thinking about whether or not other people are noticing you. See, here's the thing I don't understand.

I mean, I get you shouldn't be a doormat just letting anybody walk all over you, and you shouldn't just do everything to try and make people like you. But the approval of others shouldn't be completely dismissed either, should it? For starters, the sheer act of seeking a partner is seeking another who will approve of you. Never mind that if you ignore the approval of those in your life and just do whatever the fuck you want with no regard for what those people think of you, you're likely to lose your friends too.

But also, if you aren't winning the approval of the opposite sex, e. You should seek the approval of others, assuming you want the company of others. If they don't approve, they won't accompany you. If they approve, they might. So having friends and partners is approval, something we all seek. There's a difference between "oh you like me? Approval is like smoking weed. Sure, smoking weed can be fun.

It's nice and enjoyable at least for me. It's a great way to unwind on the weekends or maybe even on the daily as long as you have your shit together. But once you start needing it, then you got some problems. Displaying one of those characteristics isn't necessarily the same as having those qualities. I myself am guilty of occasionally being immature and running around in my knickers as much as the next girl.

But I am not an immature woman. There is a difference. You have my favorite comment on this thread. It was of substance and found it very constructive. Seriously though, girls will check you out; you just probably don't notice it.

Even if they think they're being flirty, you might be completely oblivious. This poster with whom I chatted on askwomen just like yesterday. Believe it or not, some of those girls who are just looking at you think they're openly and obviously inviting you to talk to them. The overwhelming majority of girls will not hit on you.

Most of them will not even approach you, let alone talk to you. Most of my experiences with girls being interested in me was hearing from friends that this one girl or that other girl liked me, but was too nervous to even walk up to me.

Girls are like guys, in that they're wary of approaching people and getting rejected. The difference lies in the fact that girls almost never have to bear that burden if they don't want to. On the rare occasion that a girl does approach you, she'll probably either be super confident because she's done it to a hundred guys before, or super nervous because she never approaches guys.

SO, what's the solution? Start talking to girls. Doesn't matter if you think they're actually giving you signals to walk up to them or not, because most of them think that fucking looking at you is an obvious sign, while you and I probably share the sentiment that looking at someone means absolute shit.

Don't even worry about misinterpreting that glance as coincidence, or that smile as friendliness. Just go for it and talk to everyone. At the very least, you'll make a new acquaintance. See, I knew this, but it didn't really sink in until just now. Supposedly, for women there's a difference between looking and looking , and us guys have to figure it out.

And frankly, ain't nobody got time fo dat. Or he thinks you have eyeballs, and are using them. For every girl who's trying to flirt with a guy by looking at him, there are a dozen girls being approached by guys who saw them coincidentally looking their way and misinterpreted it as interest.

While I agree with the second part of your statement, I think even as a guy who isn't 'good' with girls I can pick up on what they think of me.

The general rule that I've noticed, which actually differs a bit from the lady that was linked.. Girls are much more approachable then most of us guys give them credit for. And luckily for you Don't be creepy about it though! Those are on opposite ends of the spectrum of interest, and if every situation played out like you described, then we'd all be in good shape, but it's apparently in reference to my example not that concrete.

You've got a good handle on the more obvious signals, e. That's where the real issue is, because everything can be misinterpreted.

I've definitely found this to be true. If you're decently attractive and walk up with something pleasant to say, most of even the meanest looking girls will crack open, smile ear to ear, and have a chat. Even when i have a ballpark of how physically attractive i am to her at first glance theres still variables involved. Including the guy's motive. They can pick up on motives well. Ive found it much more calming to approach women not as a bro I consider myself an excellent verbal communicator but when i tried to force myself to be that guy that tries to 'pick up' girls or talk with them in this weird awkward mindset I get When i started realizing women were actual people and they were actually approachable vs.

I think talking to the opposite sex is different for everyone, much different, and therefore can't really be discussed in generalities.. The above just applies to me. We all have our own motives and insecurities and have to act accordingly.

That's why the only advice I can give to those types of folks is to get the hell out there and stop being so darn scared! But just starting a conversation is something that you can feel so good about afterwards and all you need is one stupid thing to say to get it started.

Plus before I was talking about just like passing someone in a grocery store. I don't actually go out to bars much.. As a girl I can confirm this. I know I don't always look like the most approachable person, but I will literally talk to anyone, and all my girl friends, save maybe one, would do the same.

It does seem ridiculous. But I think it ties in with the social pressure for women to be subtle. I suppose in my previous post the other day I shouldn't have simplified that strategy so much. There is body language, facial expressions that go along with those looks. The second look is to confirm to the guy, that you looking at them was not a coincidence by holding eye contact with them. No, mouthing "hi" while locking eye contact with him for five seconds and grinning broadly but no teeth barring, let's be real is the way to tell a guy that you're looking at them on purpose.

I glance around the room all the time. I'm not going to assume that two chance eyeball locks are her "noticing me". Sorry, not gonna happen. I'll think you're just scanning the room the same as I am. What you want to do is engage the man with your eyeballs, and let him know that you're engaging him. I'm not just glancing at someone with a deadpan face. The second look, you hold eye contact with the guy, smirk a bit and look away.

But do you understand that "just looking at a guy twice" is not enough. You have to make it more than obvious. You think it's obvious, but really it's subtle. Did you read my comment? I suppose I am just not describing it enough for you. I mean, you're telling me to make it more obvious - but I don't have a problem picking up men with what I do, so I don't need to "understand" anything, I already do. I'm not really talking to you specifically either, I'm talking to all women who think "oh tee hee, I'm being obvious".

I hear it a lot from women "why don't they notice me". Well I cannot speak for all women, but it was my original comment that was criticized by iseeyoutroll and that you are responding to resulting him calling women stupid because he was assuming that Sometimes they don't notice it but that doesn't mean its the say all end all to my moves.

If a woman was complaining that she didn't know why men didn't notice her AND that the only thing she did was give a very brief glance then maybe that would be the appropriate time to make that comment. Unless you are ripping your clothes off, I really don't see how ANY amount of body language could make up for the subtlety of that hint. I've made accidental eye contact with many people, many times. I'm sure most others have as well. Two more times with you isn't going to tip me off in the slightest.

But let me stop there How much success have you gotten with this "technique" without any supplementary flirting? Second is hungrily looking at his ass. The third is jaw-dropped stunned. Other girls can totally tell the difference between looking and looking but guys remain oblivious. I maintain that if you want to interact with the opposite sex, you often have to start on their turf or at least in their language. I believe that those men are courageous enough to just hit on every women they are interested in, and therefore creating an illusion of mind-reading.

One of my best friends is a lesbian. She works all the girls when we go out, and it usually ends up working out for everyone xD. We had to break up because his dick was just too big for me and I mean, come on man, you last an hour? I can't handle that. He's a great guy though and owns a few homes. You should go speak to him". I know plenty of girls who are oblivious and plenty of guys who pick up on signals adeptly.

The generalization that women are more intuitive at these things than men wouldn't be particularly accurate for the people I know. It is a generalisation. A big fat one. They work more often than not but it's not going to be accurate for everyone. Open yourself up and share the person inside. Crossed arms are a distinct "stay away" sign. Uncross your arms and immediately people will feel more comfortable approaching you.

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But, to focus on aesthetics, exercising improves your muscle tone so that you have better posture, stand taller, and move more confidently. Exercising also improves the circulation to your muscles and skin. This will give you a healthy and radiant glow.

Part 2 Quiz What might you consider cutting out of your diet to help you become more beautiful? Coffee You're partially right! All of the above. Self-esteem can give you an incredible makeover. To start, improve your posture to project confidence — a sullen sloucher never looks sexy, regardless of how genetically blessed you may be.

Confidence is the ultimate sex appeal. For good posture, throw your shoulders back and your chin up. Keep your eyes straight ahead of you, not on the ground. For approachable body language, keep your arms uncrossed and head up, not buried in your phone. Do not compare yourself to movie stars, models, or get sucked into the hype of plastic surgery. Everyone has something beautiful about them — eyes, smile, hair, and especially personality.

Always look groomed by taking time to look your best, but don't think of your best as a comparison to someone else. Being beautiful doesn't mean every waking hour having a kabuki make up face or always wearing designer clothes. It means being you. Whatever your best asset is, make that your focal point. Maybe you don't have the body of Barbie or Ken, but no one does. Your body works and gets you around, and that's what's important. Be a good person.

Develop good character to match your good looks. Be humble and honest. Give people more to appreciate. Have you ever met someone you thought was okay looking, gotten to know them, and found out they were a true babe? It's not all about looks — it's about what's on the inside, too. It works the other way as well — have you ever spotted someone from across the room, marveled at their good looks, and then they opened their mouth?

Whoops, they shouldn't have done that. A person can go from hot to not in a matter of seconds with their attitude. Human beings gravitate toward what is rare and unique. You're an individual — there's no one in the world like you — and you should take advantage of that. There's a lot of pressure to look like others, but no one remembers a clone. Be yourself and flaunt it. Emphasize the things that make you unique, whether it's your hair, your height, your shape, your eyes, and so on.

Make your appearance reflect your unique personality.

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