“When I get nervous,” says a young woman named Rebecca, “I shut down.I go blank.” She sits in a circle of 20 in a dance studio on the west side of Manhattan.Do you remember the girl that made you feel the way that no one else could?The energy, excitement and sexual tension that could never fade away. All night…Imagine being with this dream girl, getting along just perfect, deeply in love, and having passionate sex every day.While I appreciate that the author's advice is about human interaction as opposed to just telling us to go on Tinder -- because NO I WILL NOT -- I find most of it offensive, ridiculous, or some combination of both.Ignoring the handful of spelling and grammar mistakes (that just seems too easy at this point), I've highlighted and dissected some of the article's most bizarre passages. That's some crazy gender role breaking concept, but why can't a woman take the initiative?Not only will women find it very hard to approach random men, but those men will be weirded out by a behavior that attractive women simply never have to do.
In that sense you could call me both a PUA and a feminist and I'm happy to accept both titles.” She copy and pasted men's game for women, as if they have the same nature. An event on Friday and Saturday nights where women go out to bars, galleries, and coffee shops with the intention to begin conversations with men who are going about their non-courting business. I spoke to two of the women taking the classes about what they were looking for.Alexandra van Vianen, , said she’s taking the classes to improve her dating skills and to gain support, particularly amongst other women.By contrast, several other students fidget, stare at the floor, and admit nothing.Not all of tonight’s participants have been diagnosed with social anxiety disorder (SAD), but whether they’ll admit it aloud or not, they all know that they have something like it.