How to find women that have their own thing going?

How to find women that have their own thing going?
You know, like any interest beyond what the algorithm shows her, any passion, any skill, anything she likes to study or develop or create just because, anything beyond passive consumption
Im tired of dating apps with women that like "dogs, eating, sleeping, traveling, talking"
I want to find women with something unique
Its rare in guys too but at least its more common, I know guys who built a sound board from scratch, another one beekeeps, another one records his own music - they are the functional weirdos, they are rare, but they exist
With women however I dont think Ive ever met one like that
How to meet them?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Those don't exist. All women are the same.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >find interest
    >find girls through that interest

    I like choral and traditional european folk music/singing so I find girls that way

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Everyone does things like that but those are not things you consider your hobby because you spend maybe two hours a week doing it for two months then not do it anymore because you have done everything you can do and learn about it. Hobbies were for before the internet when you could spend a lifetime on an activity and still not have gathered all the knowledge and information on it, let alone got your hands on all the tools and materials necessary. Nowadays you just autism research beekeeping for two nights and order everything from aliexpress and then put it up two months later and then wait a year to harvest your honey. It is not something that becomes part of your whole personality anymore where you have to make beekeeper friends to find out their passed down secrets and get their hand me downs because you can just download all the must read books with all the up to date scientific knowledge about beekeeping and order everything for a fraction of what it used to cost. I have many „hobbies“ and „passions“ from having a vegetable garden, silk embroidery, soap making from scratch and ancient ceramics making, but i would not call them that and i sure as hell do not want to talk to strangers about something i occasionally do when i feel like it then never do it again for two years.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >t. dabbler

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        No, i am just good at getting good at stuff fast and efficient. I know so much shit from how to breed new rose variants to how to make the most delicious homemade jerky, but those are not things i would do day in and day out because how fricking boring does one have to be to do that? Maybe you needed decades to perfect a craft before you could just observe the masters from the comfort of your own home but those times are long gone. I can whip up an anko mochi if must be or play some liszt on the piano. I can teach you how to sew anything and i can build various survival shelters. And yes, i do not just read about those things but actually do them. But again, those are focus projects and that i get obsessed with for a month or two until i feel like i have mastered it to my satisfaction and then i move on.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >But again, those are focus projects and that i get obsessed with for a month or two until i feel like i have mastered it to my satisfaction and then i move on.

          >Im not a dabbler
          >here let me show you how Im not a dbabler by providing the definition of a dabbler and saying thats me

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Ok then, go ahead and make your one interest your whole personality. A bit cringe but if it makes you happy.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            You are making "I have several interests but they are not my personality (but Im a really cool guy and really good at a lot of stuff believe me bro)" into your personality
            Theres a kind of cynicism and existential boringness built into your worldview. Oh I will learn these skills just because, not because I want to or need to, or because its good or make sense, Im just bored. As if the world was a big buffet. Crafts came from a context, your dettatched posture is actually the anomally, not the healthy norm. And instead of grieving the lack of context or builidng a new one you are just doing one thing because you are bored and giving it up for another thing when you get bored again, like a girl with her flings

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            No i learned them because i want to keep them alive to honor where we came from and to learn more about the roots of humanity and civilization, because i think they are valuable skills to have if i ever want to be more self reliant or just because i like to create beautiful things because i think there can never be enough beauty in this world and because i like to challenge myself to develop myself. Is that valid enough for you? What is your special interest then? I just do not see a point in repetitively doing the same things i have already mastered when i could instead learn something new that i have not learned yet. Ofc some that have practical value i do repeatedly, like gardening and cooking, but i see no point in spending all my free time firing ceramics and crocheting.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            If thats the whole story thats a noble go
            But the skill name dropping you did in orevious posts suggests to me its at least partially a rationalization to feel superior cloathed with a discourse of good morals and intentions
            I wish to be wrong
            But you dont talk like someone who is at peace with yourself and delights in creating beauty, you talk like one of those bored aristocrats that go from fad to fad and want to always prove themselves
            I may be wrong and I sincerely wish Ive had misread your character and you are actually like you say you are, if so, thats pretty inspiring actually
            But then again I have my reservations since what you say seems to come more from a place of insatisfaction than of joy

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I listed specifics because you were asking for interests that not everyone lists in your OP.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Alright Im sorry if I was rude then man youre good
            But I still think there is a point in focusing and specializing vs trying a lot of stuff. Im not totally pro focusing in one stuff either for the record

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            And i am just saying that we now have access to informations and materials/tools at the tip of our fingers that used to take a lifetime to gather just two generations ago. It is what it is. But blaming this on people not having any interests or passions anymore just seems superficial and untrue. It makes me think that you want to get some sense of superiority from this angle somehow. Some kind of „everything used to be better“. Idk if that is really true. It is just different.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I dont think the average person is learning as many skills as you imagine

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yeah, this world is hopeless. It's like all the romance, mystery and fun was sucked out of life

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        True. There is no stillness and stagnation anymore.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Literally the opposite, but okay.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No, i am just good at getting good at stuff fast and efficient. I know so much shit from how to breed new rose variants to how to make the most delicious homemade jerky, but those are not things i would do day in and day out because how fricking boring does one have to be to do that? Maybe you needed decades to perfect a craft before you could just observe the masters from the comfort of your own home but those times are long gone. I can whip up an anko mochi if must be or play some liszt on the piano. I can teach you how to sew anything and i can build various survival shelters. And yes, i do not just read about those things but actually do them. But again, those are focus projects and that i get obsessed with for a month or two until i feel like i have mastered it to my satisfaction and then i move on.

      Dude, finding new hobbies is your hobby, obviously. Join the fricking club lol. Thing is, you gotta have some things that are mainstays then you got your shit you're just exploring

      You are making "I have several interests but they are not my personality (but Im a really cool guy and really good at a lot of stuff believe me bro)" into your personality
      Theres a kind of cynicism and existential boringness built into your worldview. Oh I will learn these skills just because, not because I want to or need to, or because its good or make sense, Im just bored. As if the world was a big buffet. Crafts came from a context, your dettatched posture is actually the anomally, not the healthy norm. And instead of grieving the lack of context or builidng a new one you are just doing one thing because you are bored and giving it up for another thing when you get bored again, like a girl with her flings

      >As if the world was a big buffet
      That is exactly what it is, anon. And now I see your problem..

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The only reason you can see the world as a buffet is because better men have already cooked the meals

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >The only reason you can see the world as a buffet is because better men have already cooked the meals
          Mmmm yum yum yum yum keep cooking "better" men, I'm not full yet. Yum yum yum

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      No, i am just good at getting good at stuff fast and efficient. I know so much shit from how to breed new rose variants to how to make the most delicious homemade jerky, but those are not things i would do day in and day out because how fricking boring does one have to be to do that? Maybe you needed decades to perfect a craft before you could just observe the masters from the comfort of your own home but those times are long gone. I can whip up an anko mochi if must be or play some liszt on the piano. I can teach you how to sew anything and i can build various survival shelters. And yes, i do not just read about those things but actually do them. But again, those are focus projects and that i get obsessed with for a month or two until i feel like i have mastered it to my satisfaction and then i move on.

      poser

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >How to find women that have their own thing going?
    >You know, like any interest beyond what the algorithm shows her, any passion, any skill, anything she likes to study or develop or create just because, anything beyond passive consumption
    You mean.. you mean like a "strong, independent woman?" No man could possibly want that, could they?!

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Go outside, cold approach. There will be like ten of those chilling in the park alone at sunday. Journaling, reading, painting or pondering. Go to museum, you mongoloid

    Also like 9/10 of quality girls I cold approach aren't using dating apps

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >what the algorithm shows her
    get off apps where people are slaves to algorithms. Join activities for intellectual, active people. Sports, games, whatever. those girls will have lots going on

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Join activities for intellectual, active people.
      Like what?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Local conservationists, language classes, music groups, team sports. Things that keep people fit and using their brains and you will find vibrant souls

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You are supposed to show YOUR interest and they will mirror it. That's how every girl get into things.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Myself and most of my female friends have hobbies and passions. I draw every day, lift, and have several crafts (embroidery and sewing, etc.) that I enjoy. Baking as well.
    My female friends have also been artists (less autistic than me about it though), one does martial arts, some are also very good at crafts like I mentioned, etc.
    Half the people I meet at local artist events are women. Tons of female painters. A lot of women sell goods at local markets, too. That's a decent way to meet creative types who are passionate enough that they sell their creations.

    The caveat is that many of these women aren't conventional super normies in terms of dress/presentation. Not edgy per se, but maybe eccentric.

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