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Even if a guy pursued me, I'd listen to my intuition, even if most things were pointing to giving the guy a chance, if I had the smallest inclination that I shouldn't waste my time, then I'd listen.If I didn't respond to their first email, chances are I won't respond to the second.Too often, a guy will keep hitting on some woman when she's made it abundantly clear she wants nothing to do with him.The rest of us might look at him and think "dude, take a hint and move on." So my question for the women is do you like and expect a man to make several attempts or would you prefer he move on after you've rejected him once and would you think less of him for not doing so?Besides, I figure women know their own feelings and I expect them to be honest with me, so if they say no I take it as a no. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
Speaking for myself, I don't think it works that way--at least not for me.That's why it's better to send polite replies to people because one may change his/her mind for one reason or another.After seeing how poor the response rate was on dating sites, I almost never initiated contact, and let the women contact me first.For the men, would you make several attempts at someone or would you just move on?Personally, I fall into the latter although there have been a few cases where I didn't just walk away after the first rejection. But in general, I think there are plenty of fish in the sea and someone has to be really terrific for me to want to keep pursuing even after they've rejected me.