What is it that makes one person creepy and another person attractive? Why do some men set off women’s Spidey-sense while other men can do the exact same things and be perfectly fine?
Guys – especially ones who aren’t the most socially well-calibrated – worry a lot about being creepy by accident. They worry that being a creeper, even if it’s entirely unintentional – will start be the start of a long process that begins with being called creepy and eventually leads to their dying alone in a cave because they’ve been kicked out of all society, everywhere. But what is it that can cause even seemingly perfectly normal behavior to make people feel uncomfortable… and how can you avoid it?
- Why being creepy isn’t about who’s hot and who’s not
- How society makes it harder for women to trust their instincts
- The psychology behind why certain behaviors make women uncomfortable
- What behaviors trigger women’s sense of danger and why
- The key to avoiding being a creeper
…and so much more.
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