>>63675455>Doing things for someone with the hope to get sex out of someone is NOT nice
Agreed, though it doesn't automatically make you a bad person or anything>Being nice is not a personality, its the bare fucking minimum for human interaction.
This is blatantly false. Civility is the bare minimum moreso than niceness. Many, many people are cold and surly and unfriendly. Moreover, we should not devalue the worth of qualities like warmth and kindness by saying they're entirely ubiquitous and therefore cheap.>The friendzone does not exist.
The mechanics of the friendzone might be inaccurate, but the friendzone itself is real. If it wasn't, then everyone would be romantically interested in everyone. I friendzone people. You friendzone people. We all friendzone people.>Women dont owe you sex.
True, but most lonely outcasts don't believe that they do. They are simply upset that they don't get what they want. Same way that a couple looking for a home get frustrated if they can't find one within their price range. Same way that a guy looking for a car gets frustrated if they can't find an affordable one. Same way that someone who wants a job gets upset if they can't find one. It's almost as though experiencing negative emotions when things don't go your way is human nature or something...? So long as you don't mistreat or verbally abuse women, you are free to feel however you want about whatever you want.>>63675732>It exists, but it shouldn't make you unhappy.
This is very unrealistic. Friendship is wonderful but it's not the same thing as a romantic relationship. Unrequited love hurts for both genders. It's for the best if you can move on over time, obviously, since moving on from pain is always for the best, but there are very real reasons for unrequited feelings hurting.