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What do you think this means? It seems vague. Does that mean he's looking for a gf or a wife?
Someone to do hard emotional labour, expect nothing from him, "hold him down", and absorb mental/verbal abuse indefinitely until he "makes it" and rewards you.
Never have I heard an emotionally healthy man using this terminology
Agreed. It’s what I thought too. My first thought was “hmm possibly a non-committal guy again?”
Someone to look good on his arm and build up his reputation.
Not planning on being another man’s trophy again, ugh!
It tells me he is putting you on a pedestal to discard after. Sounds like narcissism. He's also seeing you as a trophy girlfriend, for the time being, until he degrades and discards you.
He sounds emotionally abusive. He's overly charming too soon and future faking you already. He's manipulating you to think you're the boss but he'll flip the script at a later date he believes he is boss.
Thank you, this is what I wondered! FDS confirms my thoughts once again.
These be the same men who call the poor woman "wifey" without no damn ring! 😂
There's a difference between being treated like a queen and being called one! That's why we use our judgement and determine if his actions line up with what we want, not just his words.
This for sure!
Just came across one such specimen writing this in his bio, in his bio he wrote what he's looking for in a woman, and "caring, feminine" and other descriptive adjectives were on the list. I drilled down on how he defines "feminine", then the first thing that he said was "sacrificial, old school values". I don't think that they understand that a real queen would have scrotes locked up in the most hidden away prisons of the kingdom's prisons or something like that or exile them or even worse 😂
Then I asked what how he defines "sacrificial" and how it would show up in a specific situation, that's when he started blabbing on how he considers it necessary for both partners in a relationship to be "sacrificial" for the greater good for a relationship. I strongly dislike people using the "feminine/masculine" energy bull, and it's weirdly funny how most men don't even know how to define certain concepts properly but tell on themselves when you ask probing questions on those concepts. It a) shows you how intelligent and educated they are or not and b) how hypocrytical and entitled their thought process is while trying to evade the "I want a mommy mcbangmaid but I can't say it outright" shite.
Exactly. Agree with feminine masculine bull many men using this term queen in Ireland but when they're asked how they treat the queen's currently in their lives they show how they talk about them with degradation or how they treat their current queen's like sht.
I feel like I've been affectionately called a princess by most of the guys I dated but I'd cringe if a guy called me his queen 🤮
I'd hate being called a princess lol it's like they've a problem with me setting boundaries and having standards in my life.
Yeah mine was never in a mean or condescending way. It was kinda in response to them acknowledging I was high maintenance and liking that I was. I also really like being in nature so I had an ex that would call me earth princess first name. It was a way of them embracing my behaviors instead of shaming me.