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should you ever just ask that question or should you just keep dating and hanging out then ask if they want to make it official when its getting a bit more serious?
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After a few dates and sustained interest, why not? :dontknow:
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No, never ask.
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should you ever just ask that question or should you just keep dating and hanging out then ask if they want to make it official when its getting a bit more serious?
No, because it objectifies women as the sexual property of men, devaluing and demeaning them. If you do so you are a chauvinistic pig.

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No need to take it seriously, just keep it very casual and superficial.
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Not that I'm feminist or that I think jt objectifies women, I just think thats lame.

So no, just keep chilling and its cool as long as you both know you're more than friends
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#SmashFeminism
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I asked my GF quite bluntly to enter into a relationship with me, she said yes.
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No absolutely not, chloroform works better.
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do whatever you want - who cares what we think?
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As long as you're having sex, she is the one who is more invested at that point. So she has more reason to ask, so wait until she does or just continue as you were.
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Wow I can't believe that it's got to the point where people think a man asking a woman to be his girlfriend is objectification! I would much rather that then be kept as a perpetual booty call for the rest of my days! Don't be surprised when men just give up and boycott us altogether.
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should you ever just ask that question or should you just keep dating and hanging out then ask if they want to make it official when its getting a bit more serious?
That's how it happened with me. But it'll be different for every relationship
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Surely after a few dates it would become apparent whether she is or not?
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(Original post by Bupdeeboowah)
No, because it objectifies women as the sexual property of men, devaluing and demeaning them. If you do so you are a chauvinistic pig.

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Ugh the world doesn't need more Katie Hopkins.
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It's the worst thing to do. Never ever do it.
I repeat: Never.
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(Original post by Bupdeeboowah)
No, because it objectifies women as the sexual property of men, devaluing and demeaning them. If you do so you are a chauvinistic pig.

#smashthepatriarchy #everydayfeminism
AAAAHHhhhahahahhhahahahaa....

You're kidding right?
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Please, please, please do. I, as a girl, hate asking the question. I feel it's the guy's role - a bit like I'd never propose, I guess. But then I get stuck in limbo. It's exhausting. Do everyone involved a favour and say how you feel!
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If you've been dating and there is obvious mutual interest, then yes, it's perfectly reasonable to ask.

My boyfriend and I went on a few dates, kissed, and then next time I saw him, I said "So... for administration purposes, are we now boyfriend and girlfriend?" and he said "Yes please, if you want to be?" and that was that.

If, however, the girl is just someone you've admired from afar, then it will be totally awkward and lame if you just walk up to her and say "Will you be my girlfriend?"
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If you've been dating and there is obvious mutual interest, then yes, it's perfectly reasonable to ask.

My boyfriend and I went on a few dates, kissed, and then next time I saw him, I said "So... for administration purposes, are we now boyfriend and girlfriend?" and he said "Yes please, if you want to be?" and that was that.

If, however, the girl is just someone you've admired from afar, then it will be totally awkward and lame if you just walk up to her and say "Will you be my girlfriend?"
i told her i liked her and she said she was very attracted to me and we should hang out more, since then we've talked quite a bit but the whole liking each other hasn't come up again. we haven't been on any dates but we have spent time where it is just the 2 of us and there is mutual interest. However we have not kissed yet because i'm not sure whether that is on the cards yet, shall i wait a while longer for things to get a bit more intimate? not necessarily sex
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