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    Do you seem them as an entirely different species and have thought processes like 'how do I talk to girls' etc., or do you seem them as fellow humans that have individual differences like any human does and don't have any conscious differentiation between 'em?

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    They are easier to deal with sometimes. Less drama.

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    if im being honest?
    well pretty **** tbh lol.
    idk how to talk to boys not that i really want to as i have been at a single sexed school for 7 years and dont see people outside of school.
    there has been a distinct lack of male influence throughout my life and the stuff there has been hasnt exactly been positive.
    add to that the fact that men really arent attractive and im not straight then yeh i dont have much interest in them tbh at any level
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    Do you seem them as an entirely different species and have thought processes like 'how do I talk to girls' etc., or do you seem them as fellow humans that have individual differences like any human does and don't have any conscious differentiation between 'em?

    Feel free to add anything else you think about them too, not just the answer to that question.
    It depends who I am with. If I am with friends who flirt a lot, or who constantly bring up the fact that they are the opposite gender then I am more like the first option.

    If it's just me, or with friends who don't bring it up, then I don't even notice.

    I reckon the more emphasis you put on the situation, the harder it is to talk to them like an average people
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    At the end of the day, girls are still humans. I see them normally as there's nothing to be afraid about or see differently. The only noticeable difference is that guys are way more hornier than girls. I mean, have you seen all of the "boobs rubbed against me" threads here on TSR?
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    Guys are easier to get along with I find
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    Just humans who I will deal with case by case.
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    I find guys to be more pleasant and friendly.
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    View boys/men as socialised to be the way they are and that the main difference we share is our genitals.
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    if im being honest?
    well pretty **** tbh lol.
    idk how to talk to boys not that i really want to as i have been at a single sexed school for 7 years and dont see people outside of school.
    there has been a distinct lack of male influence throughout my life and the stuff there has been hasnt exactly been positive.
    add to that the fact that men really arent attractive and im not straight then yeh i dont have much interest in them tbh at any level
    You are literally me. My dad works all the time so is barely around and I went to a single sex girls school. At uni I became absolutely clueless with guys and just kissed them randomly when drunk because I thought that's what I should be doing, and even now I can't hold a normal long conversation with most guys when sober
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    The same as I do about my own; indifferent. Also, they can be just as unpleasant and 'dramatic', but that's pretty much common knowledge.
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    Girls smell nice
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    Lol, I approach human beings on a case by case basis. I don't form general 'feelings' towards entire categories of different humans, like 'girl/boy'
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    I find it difficult to find guys that are mature and actually kind and sympathetic at my age (15). Many seem to be really rude but its a really nice feeling to find a guy who really cares about you, just as a friend.
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    People are people, I just talk to them according to the situation.
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    To me it was never different. I went to an all girls school, and then did one A level in a mixed 6th form where me and another girl were the only females in the class, and I didn't notice any difference in the way I was thinking or talking to the guys in my class or the 6th form in general. It was basically the same except I was no longer the average height in the school :lol: there was a 6ft4 guy in my class and I had to literally scream up at him
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    I see women as a different species, completely separate from men.
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    They're just a hole
 
 
 
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