At first glance, this sounds like something that might make an impact. Upon deeper reflection, most likely not. It fails on the basis that these males do not yet have a daughter. Asking them to imagine what is it like: the hopes, dreams, level of protectiveness one feels, still seeing one's little girl where there stands a grown woman, is near impossible.
There may be a few sensitive, imaginative souls out there that could visualize it well enough to be affected by it. But how many of them would probably already be treating those they dated with respect? Most, I would say.
And what of the girls? How many toy and tease with a fellow's heart? Or think more about what he can do for them, than him himself?
Dating should be such a simple, carefree thing! Guys and gals going out with people they find interesting to get to know them better without pressure or preconceived expectations. Without game playing or role playing.
Alas, it is often anything but that, at every age and stage. What of you? Were/are most of your dates enjoyable and relaxed? If you could, would you go back and change how and why you dated? What was your funniest experience? Worst? Most memorable? Oddest?
I'll get things started by telling you that once I was all dressed up to go honkytonking, complete with my good boots and Petie Pete took me through a briar patch in the drizzling rain to rabbit hunt instead!
Okay, your turn. Now share!😉