If you’re not willing to date certain girls, does that mean you’re insecure? Well, perhaps… But only if “insecure” doesn’t mean what your accuser means it means.
There’s a common refrain you’ll hear from women. Not just women, but men sometimes too. The refrain goes like this:
“You don’t want to date her because you’re insecure.”
There are some women this is obviously pure self-serving commentary from. Morbidly obese women, for instance. If a morbidly obese woman tells you you’re insecure if you don’t want to date her, well, you know that’s a tub of baloney (and maybe a tub of lard, too).
This article isn’t about those women. Not the obviously undesirable girls who’d claim your rejection of them stems from insecurity.
Instead, this article is about the fuzzy cases: girls with high notch counts, girls who’ve dated far wealthier or handsomer men than you, girls who’ve dated criminals. Heck, girls who’ve dated men of ‘badder’ races than you are (a white guy if you’re Asian, or a black guy if you’re white, for instance), or girls who used to be guys (transsexuals), or girls who tell you they’ve been rape victims or abuse victims.
Are you, in fact, insecure if you don’t want to date one of these people?