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Girls: Silly and Cute

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There’s a lot of animosity among men in the West toward women these days, and a lot of it, I’m quite sure, ties back to the efforts women have made to change their image. Fifty years ago in America, if you watch old television shows, women are quite often depicted as silly and cute; they did and said the darnedest things, and men would look upon them with expressions that said, without words, “Aw.. ain’t she just so silly and cute?”

Nowadays, a woman being depicted that way on television, and a man looking at a woman that way, would be demonized as outdated and humiliating. “Women need to be taken seriously,” we’re told; “that’s the only way they’ll be treated as equals.”

So most men in the West no longer view women as silly and cute. Instead, they view them as scary, intimidating creatures who will bite their heads off should they dare to view women as anything less than ferocious beasts and equals; “men in skirts”, if you will.

Chase AmanteAbout the Author: Chase Amante

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone. So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating. After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website. He will teach you everything he knows about girls in one single program in his One Date System.



Anonymous's picture

This actually is a good post, and harbours much good message. Meanwhile reading it, really made me at least for NOW feel much easier to approach women.. And never thought to try this approach on those tough cases. But have to go and try with it next time :)

Franklin Falco's picture

I understand what you're saying. I don't resent women. I have a deep respect for them. I get the same feeling when I look at a pretty girl that I get when I'm looking at an adorable innocent little kitten. Women throughout history have been seen as evil, but that's simply not true. Women today are either portrayed as mean or victims. I like princess movies and other cutesy things because there is a certain innocence about them. I recently got in a bit of trouble for tugging gently on a girl's shirtsleeve. I hope that she wasn't hurt before which is why she was so wary. I literally go around asking girls to be my girlfriend. They all say no, but it's just nice to watch some of them giggle. Pin-up artists and tasteful nudists seem to have more respect for both women and men than the mainstream media.

DjMag's picture

I Agree the silly and cute thing works well Amante, There is just something Ive been struggling with lately. I almost have resentment towards girls that do that and love the attention. I actually get angry, Ive been trying my best to let it go, because what does it matter to me? I dont know where this bitterness has come from. I want to learn to Love women again. Any advice is welcome.

Anonymous's picture

Hello there,
It's still possible to call girls cute when for example you know that one girl slept with about 25 men and became a lusty woman, who wants the D?
Because you know – cuteness very often binds to innocence.
It's rather hard to call prostitute "cute"...

Anonymous's picture

Bro what are you talking about? Who's talking about hitting on prostitutes? lmao

Anonymous's picture

Bro what are you talking about? Who's talking about hitting on prostitutes? lmao

He isn't dummy!! Read what he said properly!!

He's using the metaphor of a hooker to describe some women that shag around a lot. What he means is how can you call a slut or a hooker cute?

As much as I admire Chase's comments he seems to be missing the harder truth that deep down on a primal level women are nor silly and cute, quite the opposite, this isn't to say they are bad, it's just nature's way of weeding out weak men.

Read what Errol Flynn though about women and Franco's ( the Italian Natural)material.

Be forwarned!

bjcrispi's picture

Hey Chase!

Thanks to your site, I managed to meet a really cool girl (I moved and just left high school, so 'dating' is fresh and not to common)

I have the 'silly and cute' mentality, but what would you consider treating her like she's silly and cute.

"and you treat her like she’s silly and cute when she tries being dismissive to you, and she melts and treats you like the strong, self-assured man she realizes you are."

Thanks a lot!

chrisc's picture

This is an excellent article for trying to pick up women or flirt with them. However, in the workplace I would not recommend viewing women in this manner as it will ultimately backfire. Remember, in the workplace women are a whole different animal. Proceed with caution.

Fred's picture

It seems like a lot of articles about dating seems to view women's beauty as a problem, trying to get men not to think about their looks and not think that they are anything special. Because if you think they are beautiful then it gives them more power. Well honestly that's one of the reasons that we are interested in them. Why do we have to try and neutralize our sensation for beautiful women by looking at enough beautiful women to the point where we don't feel attracted to their appearance? Whats more important is how you interact with them.

stef jaen diaz's picture

this may be useful as a tactical assumption for purposes of maximixing seduction results (like assuming attraction), yet as anything is a big generalization, even if most women are silly and cute, at least some of them may be dangerous and powerful and you should be looking to recognize those (and some may be serious and capable leaders), and others may even be smart and ugly or whatever...

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