Posted April 25, 2013

I am looking for suggestions in regards to things I can do to reduce how much I get hit. I am planning to get a purity ring soon and also trying to thing carefully about what I wear.

Any suggestions would be most appreciated!


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  1. 1butterflykisses

    Guys are still going to hit on you. They are looking for a reaction. Just keep dressing and behaving like a lady. If you are bothered by a guy, I would suggest to politely tell him to stop. If it becomes a problem, tell someone.

    # May 22, 2013

  2. qhcowgirl

    Where are you at when you’re getting hit on? Who is hitting on you? What about the encounter makes you uncomfortable?

    # May 25, 2013

  3. kingsdaughter7

    I have to agree with butterflykisses. Guys only repeat hitting on girls who react the way they want to. I didn’t know this until it happened to me. I noticed that some guys gave me extra attention and I kept smiling and laughing at what they did. I didn’t realize that I just encouraged them to do it again. As soon as I gave them a serious, questionable look then they stopped. They knew at that point that I wasn’t the type of girl that let that happen to her and I made a commitment to save that until marriage.

    So yeah, getting a purity ring and dressing “modestly” won’t help at all if you still unknowingly encourage them to keep hitting on you. Just think, “would I want my future husband to see other guys hitting on me?” Obviously, if you are a Christian the answer would be no. Don’t let them hit on you. If you are around guys a lot, try to not be where they are all the time or you WILL get hit… BECAUSE they see that you like being around them and that you are the “type” who likes that sort of attention. And since you would be getting cheap attention, a suitor wouldn’t respect that much and would throw away any thought of pursuing you.

    In summary: try to see what happens when you aren’t around the guys that hit on you. Leave some space between you and if they still hit on you, give them a serious look. It usually stops them in their tracks and if for some strange reason they STILL do it, tell them honestly and seriously to stop. Best of luck!

    # July 10, 2013