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WHAT DO BOYS THINK ABOUT YOU??? :D
Here are just some of the things that pop into a guys head when they talk to girls. You don't want to be talking to a girl when you're having a bad hair day. If you need to fix things up, just use your phone as a mirror to fix your hair and you can just pretend you're looking at your phone. It doesn't even have anything to do with how much you like her or not it's more the fact that men always think about what a girl looks like not her name. It can be hard for a man to control his urges, sometimes you genuinely just want to have a conversation with a girl, but somehow your eyes seem to wander.
THE image of the testosterone-fueled teenage boy is a familiar one. But are boys that age really defined primarily by their sexual urges? Or does the stereotype fall short, telling us less about teenage males and more about a culture that seems to have consistently low expectations of its boys? A new report in The Journal of Adolescence this month suggests that when it comes to sex, girls and dating, boys are more complex than we typically give them credit for. Psychology researchers from the State University of New York at Oswego recently examined data collected from 10th-grade boys, average age 16, who answered questions about a number of health behaviors. In questions put to them about girls most of the boys self-identified as heterosexual , the teenagers were asked to note their reasons for pursuing a relationship.
Welcome to the 'what do guys think of you' quiz!! This quiz isn't on the way you look though, it's on personality so don't worry about your answer!
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Ask any average, college-aged man to list his top ten fears. You'll probably get a lot of the basic answers, like death, heights, commitment, car accidents, blah blah blah. Somewhere on that list, however, I guarantee you'll find girls. Boys don't like to admit it, but they don't know everything. Girls are these mysterious beings who wander around the planet doing girly things. Boys have no idea, however, what these girly things are. Don't believe me?
Tom Lamont talked to young men across the UK about masculinity, MeToo, role models and coming of age now. Sat 9 Mar What is going on in their heads right now, these boys on the cusp? What do they think makes a man a man, at a time when there are big questions being asked about gender identity and gender privilege? You think of a man as someone who wants to help the people around him and, to an extent, protect.