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Topics: question for gay (preferably married) men.?

Well, first of all, let’s make it clear, compliments are not only meant to be for ladies, they can also be given to men. Guys love compliments as much as girls do, but gentlemen hardly ever get any or, at least, they get compliments a lot rarer than ladies do. A compliment given to a guy builds up and boosts his confidence and self esteem, therefore, it’s vital to give your man this type of “nourishment”.

A guy can be turned into a brave hero, caring gentleman and gallant chevalier, he can make you feel like a princess, thanks to skilfully expressed, sincere compliment.

In order to give your special someone a good compliment you need to understand that men and women like different types of “praise”. For example, a compliment that a lady might like can only offend or disturb a man Let’s explore it a little further

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Overcoming your approach anxiety is great and walking up to women without shitting yourself is even better, but saying “hi” and smiling like a drunk dog won’t magically put her number in your phone.

In order to get the digits you have to do more than just standing there and hoping for the best. You only have a chance to get inside her heart and inside her pussy when you say the right things to her. The first few seconds of a conversation with a woman are absolutely crucial for your future seduction success.

And what besides “ excuse me, I know this sounds a bit direct ” is the first thing that you should say to a woman with whom you have never spoken before?

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If you are female and he is dating you I doubt he is gay. There is of course the possibility he is bisexual but I don t think that is directly relevent to what you are asking here. I think the question comes up because you have a certain image of how you think men should act. Not all men are going to fit your stereotype. Some men have what you might consider feminine traits. That happens, and it is not directly related to their sexual orientation. Staight, bisexual, and gay men all run the spectrum from macho to effininine. Does it matter? If you enjoy being with this guy keep dating him. If you need something he isn t giving you talk to him and see if it can be worked out. Why worry about pinning a label on him? You risk insulting him and damaging a relationship that sounds like it s going well for you.

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If you re not interest, don t respond. That s how internet dating works.

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As a man: The responses of the guys is disgusting. But then again I think she picked out the bad answers and left out the normal ones.

the difference is that most women actually like men that feel good with themselves and sure/proud of their aspect or not caring about it at all

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When you hear the word "compliment," it probably makes you think of all the sweet things that men say to their significant others, am I right?

And we're not just talking about the compliments that focus on their physical features, or their uhh. horizontal talents, either.

Not that they don't appreciate a good, "I'm still thinking about what you did to me this morning" text here and there (they asked me to make that clear.)

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Believe it or not, men love it when their women compliment them. Here are six kinds of compliments men would love to hear more often.

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I don't feel like it’s talked about enough, but men respond to praise and appreciation just as much as women do. In many cases, possibly even more so. Whatever the reason, women tend to get the lion's share of the verbal praise when it comes to how they look and how they make men feel.

Case in point: I can name ten songs off the top of my head that are solely about how attractive women are (inside and out), and I can't even name five about men without really digging for them.

So without further ado, here are six kinds of compliments that men would love to hear more often. Some of these I heard as requests from the men who asked me to write this article, others are things that my male clients have often mentioned they felt insecure about in their relationships , and a smaller portion have come from my personal dating history.