It’s like they can’t empathize with what we’re talking about.
My best advice for friendship or dating: Listen carefully to what your prospective friend is saying, then ask interested questions about it.
However, "This surplus of women is not just 'perceived' but very, very real," Birger writes.
In his book "DATE-ONOMICS: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game," Birger argues that the college and post-college hookup scene is a result of the gender gap in college enrollment.
There's been a lot of talk lately about how dating apps like Tinder are ruining romance.
A 2015 Vanity Fair story claimed these apps are responsible for a growing hookup culture, where anonymous sex has replaced traditional romance, because they give straight young men the impression that there's a surplus of available women.
We can all agree that there is something fundamentally wrong with a woman over 35 and not in a long-term relationship.
Forget all those feminist clichés that there aren’t serious men anymore (cheap excuse) and the tired “career and money over marriage and children” (selfish and regrettable approach to life).
Increasingly, more men are getting wiser and avoiding such women. Besides the assumption that these women are good in bed (some are), can pay for sex, can at least pick the tab in a restaurant and know what they want; they are permanently flawed.
There is something wrong with their personality that you would notice as soon as you go for them.
One element of that style should be sexual restraint until a real emotional attachment has formed on his side—unless all you’re seeking is a fling.