These are comments by Kaleb Blake and Julie Gillis on the post “Creepy Behavior and the Difference Between ‘Attractive’ and ‘Attracted'”.
Kaleb Blake said:
“I think we should leave out the ‘attractive v. attracted’ dichotomy. What does your appearance have to do with your being a creep? Quit creeping on people. Read body language. Get over yourself. Have a sincere conversation. Quit being so predatory. That’s it.”
Julie Gillis added:
“Absolutely. I’ve met men who would score pretty high on the traditional attractiveness meter who were quite scary on a number of levels. I’ve met some men who were not who … were not.
“I’ve been approached by strangers in many ways, male and female, and experienced creepy socially weird behavior from both genders, and also not, I found no connection to whether or not I found them sexually appealing. In fact, I can remember occurrences where the good looking person was creepy and I felt sad about it because well, he was attractive.
“It’s much more about attitude and what that attitude brings to the interaction.”
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