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Drague: 9 out of 10 women prefer that men take the first step

Drague: 9 out of 10 women prefer that men take the first step

Drague: 9 out of 10 women prefer that men take the first step

DRAGUE - La séduction et la drague ont beau évoluer, certaines idées restent bien ancrées. À commencer par ce fameux “premier pas” orchestré par l’un des deux protagonistes: neuf femmes sur dix préfèrent encore que celui-ci soit à l’initiative des hommes, selon une étude Ifop pour Love Advisor dévoilée ce jeudi 9 septembre.Drague: 9 femmes sur 10 préfèrent que les hommes fassent le premier pas Drague: 9 femmes sur 10 préfèrent que les hommes fassent le premier pas

Carried out with a sample of 1001 women, representative of the female population aged 18 and over living in metropolitan France, this study shows that the French are gradually freeing themselves from popular beliefs on flirting.They are thus 77% to find normal that a woman takes the initiative of an appointment, 7% more than in 1994.

"However, this development should not mask the disparities that dot female opinion: there is a generational and social gap.The thirties adhere more to the taking of female initiative (84%)) than their elders or the youngest, generally more timid because they are less experienced (72%)) ”, nuance the authors of the report.

In fact, many of them think that certain behaviors are still the prerogative of men.Two thirds of them (66%)) believe that a man must open the door to a woman when he enters a room with her.More than half (58%)), that a man must leave the bench to a woman when he is at the restaurant or in a bar with her.

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The opinions are a little more shared with regard to the sharing of the addition.One in two women (51%)) judges that it is the role of the man to pay her during the first meeting and just as much believe that it is normal that women pay during the first meeting (49%))))."French women express more" conservative "opinions regarding respect for the rules of gallantry (...)) There is a real generational "gap" between the more emancipated young people, and the oldest very marked by these codes governing men/women ", it is noted in the study.

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Drague: 9 femmes sur 10 préfèrent que les hommes fassent le premier pas

Certain ideas won less votes but still testify to the conservative state of mind of certain women.18% agree with the idea that a woman flirting with a man has something inappropriate.And 17% think that a woman who takes the initiative in terms of seduction does not seek a serious relationship.

However, proof of the evolution of mentalities, a large part of French women a little thwarted preconceptions.Two thirds of women (63%)) claim to have already taken the first step.A third (35%)) indicates that she has already flirted with a man or a woman who liked them in a party or a private evening with friends.In total, nine out of ten women (89%)) have already dredged a person, whatever the place (party, work, internet, etc..)).

Lack of confidence, shyness

Les raisons pour lesquelles certaines femmes n’ont jamais dragué qui que ce soit de manière ouverte ou directe sont d’abord le manque de confiance en soi et la timidité (49%)), la peur d’être rejetée (42%)), la crainte d’être perçue par les hommes comme une “fille facile” (35%)).

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For Louise Jussian, of Ifop, "this study reveals to us that the norms of sexist seduction are still anchored in the imagination, including feminine.The "French seduction" embodied in the rules of gallantry still seems to occupy a large place in the representations associated with seduction, especially in heterosexual relationships ".Even if, according to, in full era post #MeToo, "a friction emerges between persistent membership in the obsolete rules of gallantry and the encouraging signs of a female grip".

To see also on the HuffPost: during confinement, he redoubles ingenuity to seduce his neighbor

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