Nice guys are therefore resentful at the inconsistency between what people claim to be attracted to and by how they act in reality.published several "rants" on the concept of the Nice Guy.Three weeks ago we focused on the words of Hebrews which go like this: "We desire each one of you to show the same earnestness in realizing the full assurance of hope until the end." In other words, God's will for us is that we live in the liberty and the joy and the power of full assurance.He means for us to know assuredly that we are bound for heaven and that we will not fail to get there.From said courting, the 'nice guy' may hope to form a romantic relationship or may be motivated by a simple desire to increase his sexual activity.The results of failure are often resentment towards women and/or society.
Stephan Desrochers claims, in a 1995 article in the journal Sex Roles, that many "sensitive" men, based on personal experience, do not believe women actually want "nice guys".Participants in studies interpret "nice guy" to mean different things.In their qualitative analysis, Herold and Milhausen found that women associate different qualities with the "nice guy" label: "Some women offered flattering interpretations of the 'nice guy', characterizing him as committed, caring, and respectful of women.The 'nice guy' is commonly said to be put by women "into the friend zone" who do not reciprocate his romantic or sexual interest.
Third wave feminist interpretations tend to see this resentment as being based upon an assumption by men that they are entitled to sex and are therefore confused when they find that it is not forthcoming despite their supposed 'niceness'.Herold and Milhausen found that 56% of 165 university women claimed to agree with the statement: "You may have heard the expression, 'Nice guys finish last.' In terms of dating, and sex, do you think women are less likely to have sex with men who are 'nice' than men who are 'not nice'?