I’m asking seriously, how does one approach and introduce themselves to a woman in a respectful wanted way. Like, I do get the whole concept of unwanted contact and telling someone to smile when I have no place, but at what point is it okay to approach a woman, say hi, introduce yourself and strike up conversation with a total stranger in an effort to meet someone new. Regardless of intentions to just be friends or if you’re attracted to them. Like I’m not shy, but I feel totally uncomfortable when I try to talk to a stranger because I’m imposing.
Why is it wrong to start a conversation with a stranger on the bus? If they seem busy or uninterested, then stop but I don’t feel initial conversation starting is harassment, but feminism seems to be telling me it is.
I have a hangover and am on my tablet typing this so it’s probably not the most well formulated or cohesive thing, but feedback is appreciated.
My friend has this in his bathroom, and it was perfectly sitting like this. He really likes his Morrissey…
Roommate: Our internet is so slow sometimes.
Me: I know! Comcast is awful (checks torrent speed, still at 1.5 mpbs…)
why is dylan from TMP so happy all the time. he's so happy. too happy to be in a sad band
DUDE HAS NEVER NOT SMILED
I have a theory on a certain musician I am going to test… Tagging begins now.
"If you come up and ask me to call you by a certain pronoun, I’ll respect that, but if I’m just coming up for directions I’m not going to say “Excuse me I need to ask you for directions, but before I do that, what pronoun do you prefer?”"
My Roommate on Tumblr Justice