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This problem is magnified in hetero dating scenarios.
If you’re not ready to admit that you’re excited about going to a farmers’ market this weekend, then you’re not ready to date.
You don’t need to be Doug-the-dog-from- this weekend?
Men and women are socialized differently, and a lot of the burden of carrying a conversation is placed on women.
There are, of course, exceptions, but on the whole my male friends don’t seem to care as much about leaving a conversation hanging or responding to an open-ended question with a thumbs-up.