1. suna
    October 16, 2021 @ 12:01 am

    What a silly article. Even in today’s age, men are expected to do the chasing, the person who asks the other out should foot the bill.
    Going dutch is beneficial to both men and women of quality. Men don’t have to waste money when women do not offer a second date. Women do not have to feel bothered as well. Acting like equals will get them to be treated as equals as well. It stops any expectations that come from “i bought you food”. Chivalry is dead because you women killed it.


  2. Yvette Bodden
    October 28, 2021 @ 6:40 pm

    Thank you for sharing your comments and reading AW.
    Different things work for different people. I’m sure you will find someone that shares your philosophy on dating which eliminates the pressure of subsidizing dates. Chivalry can be shown in many ways, every individual is free to chose how to express it.
    Thanks again, for your thoughts.


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  4. Andy
    April 7, 2023 @ 8:54 pm

    “Let the woman know you appreciate and respect the time and energy she put into showing up. It’s a gift to be in her company.”

    So a woman can just show up, and she deserves applause? But if a man just shows up, you shame him for it.

    I guess that’s equality for you.

    “There are unspoken rules outlined by society to dictate how dating should work.”

    And those rules are incredibly outdated. It’s not a measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society. Who says these roles should be men’s and women’s (respectively)? Just because society says it? Why should men be expected to do x and women should be expected to do y? Just because their genitals look a certain way? That’s called sexism. And it’s no better than saying black people should do x, white people should do z, etc.


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