Tuesday, January 04, 2005

10 Traits Men Look For In a Girlfriend...

I was casually surfing and multi-tasking again as usual when I chanced on an online article about the 10 traits men look for in a girlfriend.

She does not take any crap -- from anyone. A good woman never
accepts bad behavior. Guys respect women with whom they can't get away with anything. If he knows there's a penalty -- like getting thrown to the curb -- for a serious violation like cheating, he'll respect you more, and he will be far less likely to do it. You should also never even bother to date married men, those who already have girlfriends or anyone who verbally or physically threatens or abuses you. Period.
I can't agree more, perhaps not with the logical explanation but rather, nothing radiates stronger than a girl full of confidence, knowing what she wants.

She never makes the first move. This issue has been debated to death, and there is no true consensus. But Daily says that she strongly believes women should never, ever pursue a man. Instead, she suggests waiting for the man to initiate and plan dates. Her reasoning: If the woman is always the one calling, she will never know if he is really interested in her or if it's just convenient for him. She may find herself questioning the relationship every step of the way. Men simply aren't programmed to think like that and therefore are better suited to the chase, Daily says.
I cannot help but feel puzzled..I thought men constantly reminded women that, we live in an era of equality between the sexes. And male friends of mine have told me, how they wished the gals will take the chore of making the first move away from them.

Equality? I think equality between the sexes will never happen. At least, in my lifetime. Women still crave for that knight in the shining armour no matter how much they say they don't need one. Men, I'd say, its about ego and feeling good. At the end of the day, boys, opps, men will still be men and gals will still be gals.

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