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I say that because him saying it first to you means a lot more than you saying it to him first…When he says it to you first, it will come across as him declaring something to you.Lately, it has become somewhat popular to make the Ambiguous Gay a child or teenager, waving away the character's questionable sexuality as them still trying to figure it out—yet still playing their mannerisms for laughs.Because of increasingly permissive censors, and depiction of gay people becoming more common, modern media is somewhat more likely to be explicit in the sexuality of their characters, making it a Broken Trope.Generally speaking, I think that the person who doesn’t think in terms of someone having power in a relationship probably will be the one who ends up having the so-called power.Reason being, if you think in terms of having the power in the relationship, you’re going to be making “power plays” and doing all sorts of screwy and weird stuff to try and protect yourself from losing this imagined power. As a result, the guy will be weirded out and he’ll distance himself and put up emotional and mental barriers to protect himself from manipulation.I’ve been asked if a woman “loses all her power” when she says “I love you” first.
Now, I don’t know you, I don’t know him and everyone is different.
I think I have been reading too many magazine quizzes and too many relationship books for my own good.
All of them pretty much say that the woman shouldn’t ever be the one to say “I Love You” first.
He may be unusually fastidious in dress and grooming.
Conversely, a female character may have a deep voice and an aggressive manner, dress in "masculine" clothes and play rough sports.
We know that saying it, to some extent, is a demonstration of our commitment to her and that we’re not going anywhere. If you say it first, then it’s like you’re forcing that implied commitment, in a way.