Hello, I have been thinking about something since someone commented on my post with some stereotypical things about how males should be. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed reading his post, but I have been thinking a lot about it lately and would like to share some thoughts. I feel like some people are looking at some things in a different way, for example, the "nice guy" complex. While I believe that you can be too nice to people who do not deserve it, I don't exactly agree with the idea of how you "should" be. Labeling people as "too nice" or "the nice guy" can throw some people off and lead them to believe that being nice should be thrown out of the picture. There is nothing wrong with being respectful and treating others with care. Like I said, being too nice is a thing, and I do not believe everyone should be held to the exact same standard. However you can still be respectful without exactly obsessing over someone and giving them more than they deserve. Don't get me wrong, I would love to be like the alpha male's you see in the movies. But if that comes with being disrespectful and treating women as a disposable object, I am cool with trying to be myself rather than anything else. Thoughts?