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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm all for doing gentlemanly things for girls - opening doors, carrying heavy stuff etc. - but does it ever get to the point where it's actually kinda demeaning for the guy? Making him seem like some kind of servant?

Anyone get what I mean?
I love it when a guy is gentlemanly... it only gets demeaning when it isn't appreciated/is taken for granted. I.e. the difference between you offering your jacket and her saying thank you vs her telling you "I'm cold, give me your jacket".
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