I'd never noticed before that I had been doing most of the heavy lifting when it came to dating. But when I tried to let men take the reins, they took it as rejection or disinterest.
She may look like a cheerleader, but she’s a proper, hair-chewing, boy-crazy nut job, manically scribbling in her journal with a pink pen, dotting her i’s with hearts and day dreaming about that slightly geeky guy from her algebra class.
This idea that women should never do anything proactive to pursue a man is such bullshit, and, crucially, counter productive. If I never got in touch with a guy, texted him first, asked him out, I’d never see a guy. Like ever.