Seems to be a topic of near-universal debate among those who still date
What do you think a man is – some kind of game animal?
When I was young my mum told me that you had to let men pursue you. Your role was to act as if you didn’t give much of a stuff, and that would make them pull out a ring, eventually.
Robert Wright says, in his controversial tome Why We Are the Way We Are, that women instinctively know where they are on the Great Ladder of Desirability, and that girls who know they’re hot will hold out, while girls who know they’re not will grab it where they can. Reading this, I instantly recognised myself as a girl who grabs. The only men I hold out for are the ones I don’t want, and the ones who don’t want me (this last, obviously, involuntarily).
But after fifty-one years of puzzling over the correct way to catch a…
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