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I mean, I think it was a reasonable hypothesis — women feel like shit about how they look because they see hyper-beauty everywhere — but again, I think there’s more to the story than that.Because, female fetishization of beauty was not as painful to me as male fetishization.In a relationship, the fact that you both care deeply about each other is out in the open and felt equally by both parties.This commitment allows you the luxury to relax a bit more when sending texts. Writing nothing in his "about me." Oh, cool, so all I have to go on is that you take selfies at the gym and love free weights? It will not at all be an immediate waste of my time. Complaining about how women never make the first move on Tinder. " and you replied, "Good," I am already so bored that I'm leaking teardrops on my phone. I'm not even sure I want to date one guy named Scott, let alone 15 Scotts all wearing hemp chokers.6. Look, I have no problem with the movie or the quote itself, but I'd say 90 percent of Tinder guys think it's totally hilarious to just make their about me section "I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany." Look, maybe you didn't know every guy was doing this, but now that you do, put in at least one other defining thing.7. This one is a mixed bag because first of all, I'm not sure I believe that you recreationally fish (it was probably, like, 10 years ago and the one time you went on a boat trip ever), but then also I would like to eat that fish.

With that, feel free to text things that only prove how into him you are by going beyond the flirtext.

And, while I appreciate the feminist research that has gone into things like studying how this commercialist exploitation of hyper-beautiful models impacts women, I feel like we may be getting a little led astray here.

Because here’s the thing; when I was dating women, I still saw those images; they just didn’t bug me as much.

Where did we get the notion that only women like to be told they look good, smell good, are hot, smart or sexy?

All my life I had the idea that guys were more secure about their looks and sex appeal than women are.