A few of my male friends flirt with me, but it seems like their afraid to bring our relationship to a higher level.It also doesn't help that they have little-to-no dating history themselves.Also, I am very virtuous, which may also be intimidating I'm in no rush to date, but am wondering, what do guys want in a girl(friend)?

I don't regret it, for it's what's affording me an Ivy League education now.

In high school, when my friends were dating, I had my head in the... In high school, when my friends were dating, I had my head in the books.

Same with personality - I have a lot of friends, both male and female. Same with personality - I have a lot of friends, both male and female.

It also doesn't help that they have little-to-no dating history themselves. Same with personality - I have a lot of friends, both male and female.

Also, I am very virtuous, which may also be intimidating I'm in no rush to date, but am wondering, what do guys want in a girl(friend)? In high school, when my friends were dating, I had my head in the books.

I don't regret it, for it's what's affording me an Ivy League education now.But I do think it made me less approachable because I was so serious about my schoolwork/future. I'm often complimented by both guys and girls.I've slacked off a little more in college and made more time to cultivate friendships, but still no dating.I think I give off a very self-sufficient and independent aura that intimidates guys.A few of my male friends flirt with me, but it seems like their afraid to bring our relationship to a higher level. I'm often complimented by both guys and girls.