Men obviously have expectations of women, and I’m extremely empathetic to the dating hurdles women have to overcome.However, they are not nearly as mandatory (or comparable) to what is required of men for dating and relationship success. We all know certain men will never be given a exist.Moreover, you could survey every woman in America and they would tell you the same thing: not only do they dress to impress men they dress to impress other women.If you’re a man in the dating marketplace, the pressures and expectations are that of a woman’s to make a first and lasting impression.
To further emphasize the issue, here are supplementary stereotypical expectations of men: A man is expected to pay for the first date.To understate things, I was a late bloomer in the realm of romance. This is a serious omission, since our relationships with others are the biggest determinants of happiness in our lives. I know it's fashionable amidst the smart set to be dissatisfied with yourself and to keep striving for more, bigger, best. And it wouldn't be a stretch to say that most people's lives revolve around their primary love relationship. However, women will tell you that there's nothing more attractive in a man than self-acceptance (which is the same as complacency). In the dating marketplace, men are expected to be: bold, smart, funny, accomplished, charming, chivalrous, complimentary, and romantic.In conjunction with these attributes, men are expected to look stylish, have dynamic personalities, have great jobs and fabulous friends, pay for the check, read women’s minds, AND rock a woman’s world in bed.