More than 1 in 4 men told us they expected to be asked out, suggesting women could be having more dates (and probably better ones!
Throughout dating literature and countless conversations amongst single women, it seems to be the general rule of thumb that men should be the initiators of every step of the dating process - from the first conversation, to the first date, to the first kiss and so on.
While it’s true that the dynamics between each coupling are different and should be treated as such, I fear that many eligible women are missing out by going radio silent.
Not only that, but we feel as if the act of blatantly asking out a man will cause us to appear desperate and send the wrong message.
However, there are ways to take action without foregoing your feminine energy.
Or what if you had mentioned to the endless-texter a cool new hiking spot you’ve discovered?