Well, you can't generalize one response from all guys.
Some will like it, some will not and some will just be scared and run away.
Recently, she saw a man in a club that was completely her type.
She didn't speak to him first, but she DID make a beeline for him, position herself beside him at the bar and did loads of hair swinging and laughing to get his attention. They chatted for ten minutes and he made a polite excuse and left without asking for her number.
When it comes to dating, my motto is: "Let him chase you until you catch him". First off, let me make it clear that I am speaking about heterosexual relationships, because that's what I have experience of.
I am sure the dynamics in a same-sex relationship are different.
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Now that women are kicking ass in the workplace, leaning in and making their voices heard, the risk and reality is that we are applying the same principles in our dating lives. Recently, a friend told me about one of her colleagues who is absolutely killing it career wise.Now that every moment of our lives is documented on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram, maintaining any element of mystery is harder than ever.The least we can do, is cool off, let the guy take the lead and "let him chase you until you catch him." If he doesn't, he wasn't for you in the first place.In my opinion, the first mistake was placing herself in his eyeline.Yes, she got chatting to him but it inevitably ended in heartache.Not to mention the fact that she may have dissuaded the lovely lad who WAS interested in her and would have approached had she not made a beeline for the wrong guy.