Trust limitations would more come from facial mapping experience and shouldn't impact from an initial meeting phase unless they've been burned by something related to that in the past.As fun as it can be, it's sometimes really hard to be a girl who has only guy friends.
When I was younger, most of the women I was exposed to were prudish or uptight, which is a totally legitimate way to be.
It's just that I wasn't like that, and I wanted to be super gross all the time.
That is what initially drew me to friendships with boys.
It wasn't about not understanding women or not getting along with women (I love and cherish the company of women, and have several female best friends), it was just that I wanted to do the things the boys I knew were doing, and I had less interest in doing the things the girls I knew were doing.
Which is valid in some cases; I've certainly experienced some attractions that have been more valuable than some friendships.
Not necessarily with the same people, but each thing can be varying degrees of important, if my point, so I would never judge someone for making the call that physical chemistry with a particular person trumps friend potential.Life becomes easier, work becomes fun, and you start to attract high-quality women. Control her relationships with the guys, control her contact with these friends, and control her communication with these dudes. The worst case scenario is you end up with a dependent, weak, needy woman who eventually leaves you for some other jerk. And how do you deal with the inevitable jealousy and insecurities that naturally appear in your life? You can complain about how insecure it makes you feel because you know they want to sleep with her and how she needs to stop it. You tell her how she needs to live her life so you feel better and you can leave her if she doesn’t comply. Spending your life trying to control the people she spends time with (The Outer) is a flawed and painful strategy and is never going to allow you to create an incredible relationship with a high-quality woman.During my university years, all my closest friends were guys, so much so that when there were "dude nights" I would be the only female invited along.Even though years have passed and I now live in a different city (and consequently don't hang out with those guys any more), I still have a few select male BFFs.You understand contradictions in personalities, and you're comfortable with yours, because as much as you might always blow dry your hair, or wear lip gloss, you're still going to bro down with the best of them. And to be clear, if you don't wear lip gloss or dresses, that's a perfectly feminine way for a woman to be too.