They would sit at lunch with other men at office, discuss women but never actually go and talk to one, something that could actually make them see women for more than their bodies and also help them understand what they like better!
Even when they do decide to approach a girl, they do it disrespectfully, thanks to never having interacted with women properly.
I assume (and hope) you carry that sensibility on your own while reading this piece.
Go to any Indian gym and you’d find dozens of men ogling at that one girl stretching on the side, quietly, trying everything she can to avoid all that attention.
They’d stare at her, make her uncomfortable for days, but never have the courage to go and talk to her.
Indian men don’t make the best partners, or so everyone believes. They were all sent to co-ed schools, made to sit next to girls, and yet, most of them never had any female friends while growing up.
Some hadn’t even had any real conversations with girls all those years they were in school.
Of course, a man who sees her as a trophy wouldn’t respect a simple ‘No’.
The concept of consent and respecting someone’s choice wouldn’t occur to him.
But that same girl would be flattered if a foreigner offers to buy her a drink in the streets of London, or say, Paris? Remember how, back in school, guys had lunch with only guys, and girls with girls?
Sorry to bruise your egos, but what we’re going to talk about now may not feel very good at first, it might hurt even, but it’s important to talk about. But is there still a problem with the way a major section of Indian men deal with relationships? Remember how guys would prefer being only around guys?
Do you see how much harm that one invisible line of ‘difference’ that’s carved in our heads as kids does?
It’s definitely a relief to see the present generation becoming much more open-minded right from their childhood.
And this ridiculous Indian mentality is common knowledge.