TikToker and content creator Miss Njagi, has shared her thoughts on the dynamic of women pursuing men in relationships, challenging the notion that women today predominantly pursue men, especially after reaching their 30s.
A Gen Z's take: Miss Njagi shares subtle way she shows interest in a guy
Miss Njagi pointed out that while traditionally men pursued women, women now also make their advances toward men they're interested in.
While appearing on Pulse Kenya's 'Crush Call' show, Miss Njagi expressed her disagreement with the idea that women typically become more proactive in pursuing relationships as they age.
The 20-year-old believes such a dynamic would make the relationship uncomfortable and it is against the traditional norms of dating.
"Mwanaume ndio anafaa akuwe bold enough aniapproach ndio hata tukiwa kwa relationship isikue weird," she said.
She further pointed out that in the contemporary dating landscape, men are often less persistent when pursuing women they admire. She considers men who are genuinely persistent to be a rarity.
Miss Njagi, however, didn't just critique the status quo; she also offered her own unique approach to indicating interest in someone without overtly expressing it.
According to her, a simple act like asking for someone's number can serve as a subtle sign of interest.
"I will ask for your number and won't call you so just join the dots," she humorously mentioned.
Delving deeper into Miss Njagi's preferences as a potential partner, she revealed that she values qualities such as intelligence, maturity, and cleanliness in a man.
Asked how she would age the smartness of a man Njagi pointed out that the simple everyday situations and experiences tell a lot about how smart a man is.
Furthermore, Miss Njagi emphasised that infidelity would be one deal breaker for her in any relationship.
She made it clear that she wouldn't tolerate cheating, underlining the importance of trust and loyalty in a romantic partnership.
Njagi said the excuse that men's self-control is sabotaged was lame insisting that self-control should not be a seasonal virtue to hold.
JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!
Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or: