I am young, beautiful with a great head over my sholders. I have a wonderful job in Finance which is not very stressful because I work for a Museum. I attend a lot of different functions and I am a social butterfly, but I have a big problem! MEN NEVER COME UP TO SPEAK TO ME!!
My mother always complains about me never being able to find a guy. She always tells me you work in a museum how in the hell can't you find some guy! LOL I don't know why this is happening to me!!! HELPPP PLEASE!
As you live in NYC area, (as I do), you have 3 major choices - Tango (older crowd), Salsa and Swing.
I would also recommend Blues dancing in New York City. The community is much smaller and it is a MUCH easier dance to learn. Better, as a direct result of the small size, it means you get to know people and they will dance with you. Google blues dance new york and you should find some.
Well it's becuase your so beautiful the guys get scared to approach you. The next time your out at a function, look for a guy your attracted to, make sure he doesnt have a ring on his left hand and walk up to him to start a friendly conversation. Ask him if he's enjoying the event and his evening so far. See were things go from their....
So your head hovers over your shoulders? Sounds like you may be scaring them away! lol. The other thing is you do sound a little conceited, let others decide if you are beautiful. I find arrogance in anyone very much a turn-off. Maybe this isn't the case with you personally but it is worth mentioning.
You could go to a smoker's lounge/club. We have some cigar clubs here.
You are pretty but when i look at your eyes you have somehing wrong either your attitude, snub try to be friendly look because not all pretty woman man will approaching the outer beauty. Outer is fadeaway when get old bout inner beauty is stay for a lifetime.
1) stop smoking... I won't tell you the sayings that men have about women who smoke, just suffice it to say, none are flattering and, personally, that alone would kill it for me.
2) learn about body language and practice open body posture, in the picture above you are closed off and essentially unapproachable
3) fill in your profile... I would never in a million write to a woman who had a blank profile and a few pretty pictures, real men (God I hate that term) expect more substance in a woman... let me see your heart.
If I had to connect the dots I'd say you're not sending the right signals... If I knew what you did before I approached you, I would probably "get you" and not be put off as I know all those accounting courses make you more practicle (I've never met a flirty CPA) but if I just saw you out, my guess is that I'd look and think "wow! too bad she not available" and keep on walking.
You are beautiful, smart, and with a great job. How would you describe your personality? Sometimes it all comes down to "charm". Attractive personality traits includes approachability. Are you generous with your smiles? Are you geniune and confident? Do you have good positive conversation? These things are many times more valuable than looks and a great job.
Girl you are absolutely beautiful BUT is that a cigarette in your hand? Kick that habit VERY QUICKLY, I personally think more and more guys turn their cheak to cigarette smoking women. Other than than, maybe they just feel intimidated cause you are so beautiful or they just assume you're taken.
Next time you see a man at a function that you think might be someone you want to get to know, make sure he notices that your looking his way, do a hair flip, smile, wink, something that'll let him know your interested. Also make sure hes not taken before you do it (look at his ring finger, take note to see if anyone is with him) and make sure he's noticing you too.
You're very pretty, so that instantly puts men on their guard. The nice, sweet guys think, "She's high-maintenance, or she's got an NFL linebacker for a boyfriend." This leaves the jerks who have little to lose.
You may also get men who wish to rack up experiences with beautiful women out a sense of hurt or bitterness. Those are the worst!
I've been there. All that's left to do is keep trying. I know - it sucks. But, that's that.