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I met a guy on Ok Cupid who said he was into Russian literature and jazz, so I bought a copy of In the back of my head, I always knew that this wasn’t who I was.
I was able to step outside myself and recognize that this performance I was putting on was full Cool Girl — especially once Flynn laid out the concept in her book.
"Some of them will grow out of it and realize they like girls like you," they assured me..
I met a guy at a bar who happened to be friends with some guys I knew in college.
But this time, instead of being horrified, I felt totally fucking badass.
I’d told him exactly what I expected from him, and in doing so, I recognized exactly what I was looking for myself.
As I entered my 20s and began dating more, I recognized that this "girl" was the type of woman most dudes seemed to go ga-ga over.
Then, in 2014, with the release of the film adaptation of , the term "Cool Girl" entered into the millennial lexicon. But since society has told us that men are more interested in cool, hot chicks who are into the things they’re into, are chill with casual sex, and who never freak out over an ignored text, for a long time I suppressed my natural, rigid feelings and plastered on a smile.
From the time I was in elementary school, I was aware of the fact that there was a certain breed of woman that straight guys preferred: the Cool Girl.