WE all have certain attributes we admire in a partner, but for one man the key to a long term relationship is finding a “coachable girl”.
In a recent YouTube clip, Myron Gaines – who hosts the Fresh & Fit podcast – questioned “whether or not good girls exist in society,” and the answer is, well, maybe.
Myron – who describes himself as a “dating expert” – offered advise on how to train a girl to be “goodCredit: YouTube
Myron – who describes himself as a “dating expert” – hit a nerve with many women last week when he shared the three reasons men SHOULDN’T date single mums – because they’re only good for a one night stand.
But if he thought that backlash was bad, his approach to “training good girlS” isn’t going to get him a woman any time soon, that’s for sure.
Offering relationship advice to single men, Myron insists good girls only exist after you “shake the bad habits out of her” – and this means she’s “coachable.”
He explained: “She needs to have certain attributes that basically means you can get these bad habits out of her.
He and his co-host, the Fresh Prince CEO, questioned “whether good girls exist”Credit: YouTube
“Look for girls that have qualities that make them coachable and then, as the man, be the leader and get those bad habits out of her.”
This means “no social media and no girls’ nights out” he explained, and said that blokes should say “I don’t like the way you’re dressing.”
“You basically start to have boundaries and you exert those boundaries,” he added.
He also urged men to ignore phrases from woman such as “you’re controlling” or ” you’re toxic” because “you’re protecting her from herself”.
He previously said single mums are only good for one night stands
According to him, these “bad habits” are not “conducive to a good longterm relationship” and said that she can “either comply or say goodbye” as “you are the leader”.
“She’s gotta have the foundation so you can build a woman from the ground up,” he added, insisting social media is to blame.
Myron shared the screen with a man referred to as the Fresh Prince CEO who agreed, saying “good girls you found back in the old days are not really available in this marketplace because of social media, dating apps and also the feminist agenda.”
He said: “Now girls are demanding equal rights, equal partnerships all this stuff” and that “girls who look innocent, sweet and caring” are actually “the devil walking the streets.”
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