Women to avoid dating
What's interesting about this is that the very reason that many women avoid talking about their decision to end their quest for marriage or love is the same reason that they also are increasingly turned off to male advances.
Most women know at least one girl who has been raped, sexually assaulted, beaten, or even murdered by a current or former lover.
Moreover, most women also have heard of cases in which domestic violence victims have called for police aid - only to be refused help or protection from their abusers. Though men are domestic violence victims as well, they run a much lower risk of being killed by a partner than women do.
Also, they tend to have much more leeway to get away from an abuser than a woman may in many cases. All a woman would have to do is not talk to abusers, right? Some experiences women face in the dating world are universal, and these experiences also contribute to women quietly quitting the dating world.
And, most men who hear women's complaints will cluck their tongues and chastise them for not "dating a nice guy," or tell them that they "should've been gentler in their rejection."When given the choice between being treated badly for even trying to find a decent man and staying the course, it's really not shocking that some ladies just got fed up.
The easiest way to avoid the insults, dick pics, and venom that men espouse when they can't take rejection is to give them as little opportunity to even get rejected in the first place.
As a result, they may just hide the fact that they chose to be single from the world.
In fact, one of the most common reasons why women don't even tell men that they don't want to date anymore deals with the men themselves.Men in particular tend to be brutal in their ghosting endeavors.There have even been occasions of men who have ghosted after years of dating a girl.The movement itself is one that has long been known for its hatred of women, its inability to see women as people with feelings, and its highly vocal base that says that love is dead.And, for the most part, it's a movement that never really had much of a female equivalent online.But, that's not to say that there isn't an equal trend happening among women.The only difference is that it has been, for the most part, a silent movement that has only recently begun picking up steam to the point that it's become noticeable.Once again, not all men beat women or become predators, but enough of them do to make many women who have had repeated bad experiences reconsider relationships altogether.After all, there's only so many times you can expect people to get hurt before they write it off as a universal loss for them.Most people don’t believe that there’s a growing number of women avoiding the dating scene - and men - at all costs for one reason, and one reason alone.That reason, of course, is that women don't discuss it, nor do they feel the need to announce that they're "Going Their Own Way" in comments.