There is a powerful quote by Maya Angelou that says “To those who have given up on love, I say trust life a little bit.” In the past, when I have shared this quote with the women in our community, I have been met with sad, almost cynical responses. We have a tendency to let our disappointments overwhelm us and shatter our self-confidence.Over the years, we lose our belief in the power of love.Women have all of the power these days and some guys don’t want to deal with that.We aren’t talking about political stuff like a woman’s salary compared to a man’s or anything like that. I have observed, from going to lesbian venues, that a few things matter a lot when I’m trying to date women.. And, maybe you think that lesbians aren’t like straight women on this front, but enough of them are for it to be inconvenient.So the only way you really can empathize is to know their side of the story.
Most married men have to clean the garage, go pick up the groceries, clean out the gutters, and then hope their birthday is coming soon just to get laid these days.Men don’t date me because they think we can have a nice life together, they date me men who didn’t want kids, I have never dated one. I’m constantly plagued by the fear that strongly attracted to women, I often just end up feeling like an outlier.They’re a little rare.)There is also something a little bit socially darwinian about the whole thing. I feel like I’m some weirdo, as if there’s something wrong with me.There will be women who will say “Of course she was able to find a man, now that she is rich and famous.They were probably looking for a nurse with a purse anyway! First, get out there and start living your passions. Second, ask yourself what is the greater risk – being rejected or giving up on love? But, it is also possible to find someone perfect for you at any age. Please answer the following questions in the comments below.