What clubs and societies can i join to meet girls?

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I wanna meet girls but im not in uni and im doing an apprenticeship where theres no girls in my class or work and i was told to join clubs and societies but i just dont know which ones to join
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Is there an affordable gym in your area?
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Is there an affordable gym in your area?
Yh i think so,ur suggesting going to the gym?
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Yh i think so,ur suggesting going to the gym?
Yes, it would be a good start. Once you meet some of the women going to the gym, you will have a better idea of where they like to go and what their interests are.
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Yes, it would be a good start. Once you meet some of the women going to the gym, you will have a better idea of where they like to go and what their interests are.
Hmmm but isnt gym not really a social place like everyone just goes theres to work out and not talk to anyone
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Hmmm but isnt gym not really a social place like everyone just goes theres to work out and not talk to anyone
I'm not sure that this is true, some of the local gyms near me have places where people stop for a coffee.

How old are you?
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Hmmm but isnt gym not really a social place like everyone just goes theres to work out and not talk to anyone
Honestly I don’t recommend going up to women in the gym. I reckon it’s actually one of the worst places to approach a girl
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Is there an affordable gym in your area?
If there is one place people do not wish to be pestered...
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I'm not sure that this is true, some of the local gyms near me have places where people stop for a coffee.

How old are you?
Im 18
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Honestly I don’t recommend going up to women in the gym. I reckon it’s actually one of the worst places to approach a girl
Lol thats what i was thinking
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Anythings you're already interested in?

There'll probably be walking and climbing outdoor recreation groups with people in their 20s near you .. That's a fairly easy way to get talking to people without it being weird.

The ramblers association does have a rather elderly demographic.
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What Megxn0 said. The gym is amongst the worst places but volunteering, sports and similar interest hobby groups might be a better bet.

Also, don’t do what some random dudes did at my uni a few years back and walk onto campuses trying to chat up random girls or blag your way into nights out. It’s incredibly desperate and creepy
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Honestly I don’t recommend going up to women in the gym. I reckon it’s actually one of the worst places to approach a girl
Yeah definitely, in general that would just be weird imo

OP, have you heard of Meetup.com? That might be a good way to meet new people
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Lol thats what i was thinking
The thing about going to the gym, though, is that it will help you to feel more confident.

The thing which is affecting you most at the moment isn't actually the lack of opportunity to meet women, it's your lack of confidence.
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Yeah definitely, in general that would just be weird imo

OP, have you heard of Meetup.com? That might be a good way to meet new people
Meet-up is alright, same with citysocializer but from my experience there are usually a lot more over 30s on that site and the men are more interested in finding women to pick up at the meets.
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I wanna meet girls but im not in uni and im doing an apprenticeship where theres no girls in my class or work and i was told to join clubs and societies but i just dont know which ones to join
What kind of apprenticeship are you doing?
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I wanna meet girls but im not in uni and im doing an apprenticeship where theres no girls in my class or work and i was told to join clubs and societies but i just dont know which ones to join
Places where girls can congregate with guys. Examples are sports clubs like hockey, debating society, bars and nightclubs.
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Hmmm but isnt gym not really a social place like everyone just goes theres to work out and not talk to anyone
Debatable.

In most gyms (I'm talking the Virgin / David Lloyd / Pure Gym type health clubs; not the hardcore basement type gyms), there's quite a highly charged sexual undertone there. Just because no one talks about it, doesn't mean it's not there. Besides, people are generally more sociable / chatty in the rest areas (sauna steamroom etc.)

I've actually met several women at my trips to the gym... however the thing you need to remember is a gym isn't a nightclub, so you can't just go up and approach someone; it's more of a long-term thing. If you go to a gym regularly at a certain time, chances are you'll see the same faces around there; and chances are they'll notice you. Gradually, you'll give simple acknowledgment to those people (e.g. a nod OSLT), and they'll probably nod back. That then progresses to a warmer smile, and then on to a "Hi" or "Hey" on it's own. Then on to a "Hey how's it going?" etc. etc.

The other people here are right in that a cold approach at a gym probably won't work... but a familiar face slowly opening up is often far better received. The beauty of that slow kind of approach is if at any point your interaction isn't reciprocated, you'll know they're not interested so know not to push it.

Failing that, I'd suggest joining a dance class... with the exception of break dancing (BBOYING), most dance classes will have round about 50/50 Male / Female ratio... if not way more girls than guys. Can choose whatever takes your fancy (e.g. ballroom; salsa; jazz; street / hip-hop etc.), and even if you don't meet anyone at the dance class itself, then at least you'll have the confidence to hit the local clubs dancefloors and charm the ladies there with your new dance moves

:dancing::danceboy::groovy:
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Yeah definitely, in general that would just be weird imo

OP, have you heard of Meetup.com? That might be a good way to meet new people
Nah i havent ill check it out thanks
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