woman logic

Last week, MadameNoire asked the following:

As a commenter said on MadameNoire.com, “men don’t seek relationship advice, they seek relations advice.” I have to agree. I think (most) men do seek advice on how to get/meet more women, but they are less concerned about how to specifically get into or sustain a relationship with one woman. Therefore, it wouldn’t make much sense for them to read about a topic they are simply not interested in. The respectable sales of books/magazines on how to meet women or improve their odds of meeting women clearly demonstrates that men are interested in reading tips/advice on topics that interest them. So men will read and seek relationship advice as long as it’s written about the part of the relationship they’re most concerned about – meeting women.

Since it was an open-ended question from MadameNoire, I decided to ask my Twitter timeline the same question. Today, I’d like to highlight my thoughts and some of the more interesting responses.

















[Editor’s Note: I plan to do a follow-up post on why it’s perfectly reasonable for men to be lazy – at least in the early stages of getting to know a woman.]

Those were some of the main Tweets from the conversation (I eventually got thrown in #TwitterJail before the conversation could officially wrap-up). What are your thoughts?

See Also:  Do men respect abstinent women?

Do men read relationship advice? Why or why not? Where, if anywhere, do men get advice on relationships? Are hook-up / pick-up artists books the equivalent “relationship advice” books for men? Fellas, have you ever read a relationship book? Did you learn anything you didn’t already know?