I have been in a relationship for a little more than a year. I do LOVE my girlfriend, but I'm still a man. Sex - over a year into the relationship is outstanding... at times she initiates sex with me - fun. She tells me that I make her feel SO good. She is LOUD in the bedroom.
I resonate pretty strongly with the opinions and philosophy that you express here on your site. I love that the first priority of the masculine is to focus on his purpose, but I have a question: how do I figure out what my purpose is?!
I don't want to dumb myself down or pretend to be weaker than I am, but I want men to find me feminine and attractive. I want to experience the chivalry that seems to go away with competing in the professional world. What am I doing wrong!?
I'm a 32 year old male looking for solid relationship. I'm pretty good looking I think, and I don't have a lot of trouble meeting women. In fact, I've dated a lot over the past couple of years. I've tried dating sites and being set up by well meaning friends, but nothing has really lasted longer than a couple of dates. I can't seem to meet a woman who is really my type, and to be honest, it's wearing me down a little! The part I find the hardest, no matter how often I do it, is getting up the nerve to ask. It's a little nerve wracking, putting myself out there every time. I'd love it if, for once, a woman approached me and did the hard work! What are my chances?