Why does it feel like the men are always the ones offering women dating “advice” online? What if we want to be women and also think like them too? We asked women what their best love and dating advice would be for men."The key to approaching women is to feel them out before you go in for the kill.Maybe you'll find out she hates sunshine and puppies in conversation and decide not to hit on her and save yourself some time." - Shay D., 24 “Guys please take into consideration that we are more emotional and feel different about things than you do.With that being said, please be sensitive to your mate's feelings and step outside of yours from time to time.” -- Jasmine G., 27“Friendship is a great foundation to a meaningful relationship.Instead of the man trying to have romantic dates in the beginning, it's a good gesture to have hangouts where the two can get to know each other and their interests. instead of a romantic dinner, try a museum outing, concerts, bike riding)” -- Amanda D., 27“Nothing makes a man ‘feel’ better than a woman. Men are constantly told to "man up," be strong, tough and all that. There is strength in being open and vulnerable with the one you love.Even if it isn't love just yet, be willing to share. you have to throw to play.” -- Tamika St., 34“Men, please aim for honesty and intention when you're dating a woman.If you really like a woman and you have been dating her for a while, please let her know how you feel about her.Have a conversation with her about making things exclusive.Don't allow her to be confused about what's going on or to be left dangling from a string.” -- Monica, 29“My biggest dating tip for men is to take initiative.
It goes a lot further than simply asking, "What do you want to do?" Not only does it show your interest and attentiveness, but also it shows your creativity, which is always a huge plus.” -- Victoria J., 22“When you show me you know how to make plans and you put me into your busy schedule, it shows me that I'm a priority and makes me feel important.Spontaneity is fun and great here and there, but a woman like me is grinding right now and doesn't always have the luxury of that.So show me you respect my time and let me know things in advance.Whether we're in the early getting to know phase or deeply committed, my little boo thing – whatever – if you want my time you have to value it.” -- Natelege W., 27“I'm always surprised when they do the little things, like bringing my favorite candy or one flower. Listening will help you figure out the small gestures and surprises like saying "let's go to Chic-fil-a and a movie," because you know it's one of my favorite things.” -- Ashlee D., 23“A lot of what women do is to get the attention of men.So when men say they don't like make-up and weaves but every time a woman walks by with a weave down her back and makeup caked on her face and he's breaking his neck to see her, that's very confusing.Stop that.” -- Shauntae A., 31“My advice to men on dating and love would be that they be honest with their feelings.Also, that they pay close attention to the wants and desires of their mate and to always communicate even during the difficult times. No matter how many women write in to say, ‘I don’t do this!’ the fact is many, many, many women practice the behavior that follows.Men have complained about these problems in various male-oriented forums before, but here, now, I drag their 10 biggest complaints into the daylight so that everyone can finally see how women make complainers out of men.