So in order to determine if hooking up with someone is the right choice for you, it’s important to understand what hooking up truly means and entails. In the most basic sense, hooking up with someone means that you’re sexually intimate with him or her, yet this intimacy can range from kissing all the way to intercourse.
To that end, hooking up is actually an overarching expression that can be used to describe the wide range of sexually intimate acts that you engage in with someone else, but it doesn’t imply monogamy or that you’re in relationship or are even dating this person.
However, if she has temper issues this pretty much cancels out her potential to come across as classy.
I truly believe that just like in the case of distinction between flirting and regular conversation, being classy is not in the “what” but in the “how.” It’s how you act, how you carry yourself, how you express yourself and how you live your life that determines class.
In addition, hooking up with someone can be a one-time occurrence or a type of ongoing sexual relationship that you have with him or her and/or with multiple people. There are many different reasons as to why hooking up is such a broad and extensive term.
A woman can have all the qualities that make her classy according to those sources and still not have much class.
I have a question: When you refer to a women being vulnerable, and a man being attractive to that quality best of all, are you referring to a woman, ‘leading with love’ as you stated? One of the things I like about Eastern art and philosophy is its emphasis on the concept of negative space.
But a brush drawing or Zen rock garden is perfectly happy having a lot of empty space.
And it is the interplay between the space and the ‘stuff’ that creates the art – the void of yang and the fullness of yin.
And so, to grasp a concept like vulnerability, it may be instructive to look at its complement – namely, invulnerability. Not only is it an unattainable ideal, but it’s actually rather off-putting.