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By fuck - / Saturday 18 April 2015 14:38 / United States - Saint Thomas
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#56 It doesn't matter what gender he is, anyone in any relationship is allowed to make the first move. Neither are obligated to take on everything and make all the moves for the other party. That may be your personal belief, but that doesn't make it law.

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I think he noticed that the "checks gender*" wasn't related to the advice given. Without it, it says "He's the man, he should be doing the kissing. That's basic dating etiquette." It's actually basic sexist etiquette. I think he should have made the move himself - not because he's the man, but because his date was too nervous to make one first. Then again if they were BOTH too nervous to make a move, then it's a different story.

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I think if OP just explains the miscommunication to her and gives her a big apology, then everything will (hopefully) be okay. I'm sorry OP, it was a misunderstanding, don't be too hard on yourself about it. It happens to the best of us!

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Yeah, #69, how is that sexist? If you hurt someone's feelings unintentionally, it's nice to do something sweet for them to make it up. Flowers is just an idea, but it isn't sexist to say "Hey you hurt her feelings, maybe you should do something nice to make her feel better."

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Flowers are not sexist. Women can buy them for men too. I think the idea is that it's nice to put forth some effort beyond just kicking yourself and apologizing.

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I've bought my husband flowers when we were dating, and plenty of other times. And he was so smitten after because he never got flowers ? you're right totally not a sexist thing. People make everything negative.

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#94: Does "I'm goin' in dry!" mean something other than unlubricated (and therefore almost certainly non-consensual) anal sex? No? That's what I though. LPT: Don't stick your dick in anyone or any hole that hasn't requested it.

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It's a first date, he drove her back to her house, they sat in silence and what he said could've been taken as "hurry up and get the hell out of my car.". I think most people would be hurt over that.

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