Modern Dating Scam: Simp/Pick-Me

The terms Simp and Pick Me are commonly used on social media. A simp is a man that is agreeable and eager to please women. A pick me is the same towards men. Both can be defensive of the opposite sex. Social media tells these people that they should be ashamed of wanting to be desirable and get along with the opposite sex. If you’re heterosexual and desire to be in a romantic relationship you should be a simp or a pick me. It’s a manipulative scam to think otherwise.

No one wants to be in a relationship where they are at odds with their partner. Everyone wants someone that will be nice to them. Everyone wants someone that will cater to them. Those that spit simp/pick me at people as an insult try to convince others that their stupid social stances such as MGTOW and feminism will do anything but hinder them in a romantic relationships.

Why go into a relationship with notions such as I will never dress for the male gaze or women wanted equality so I’m not going to treat my girlfriend like a lady ? Heterosexual people are attracted to characteristics of the opposite sex. Men like to feel respected. Men like women they find attractive. Men like sex. Women like to feel protected. Women like gifts. Women like to feel pretty. Women like security. Women like sex. There is nothing wrong with that.

Just stay single or perhaps really consider if you’re even straight. Perhaps heterosexuality is not really for you. When I’ve had dates I certainly wanted to be appealing to men. When I’ve had boyfriends I’ve wanted to care for him. I expected the same in return. There’s no point in a romantic relationship if you’re not being validated. Of course your partner needs to appreciate and validate you as an individual but it’s very important to be appreciated as a man or a woman.

Simps and pick mes actually like and respect the opposite sex and want to see them happy. There’s nothing wrong with that. What people actually mean by simp/pick me is a man or woman that is desperate and a yes man or woman. I agree that that is a problem. A strong focus on seeking validation through romantic relationships can also be problematic. Otherwise just stop being difficult and be nice and likeable to your date or find another date.

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