Woman claims men are ‘terrified’ of her because she’s ‘pretty and smart’

An American woman has become known for her complaint that men are “afraid” of her because she is “pretty and smart”.

Ashley, who goes by the name @ashbabank on TikTok, said people are often surprised to learn she doesn’t have a boyfriend.

Not only is she “very single,” but she also said she doesn’t have a single man pursuing her romantically, and hinted that it’s been eight months since she was last intimate with anyone. New York Post reports.

The Texas-based fashion stylist added that people are surprised at the current state of her dating life because she is “so pretty,” but her looks have actually ruined her chances of romance.

Given her natural beauty and hard-earned success, “you’re dealing with a very scary woman… a really difficult woman,” Ashley insisted – and “men don’t like that.”

“Men don’t like me. Men are very, very afraid of me.”

She then admitted that some men liked her, but claimed that they were all either unavailable or “ugo” [ugly] “Crackhead.”

“Because at the end of the day, I’m just a fantasy. Because of my beauty and my fearfulness, I’m not a real person,” Ashley said.

“So yes, I am alone. I am very, very, very, very single.”

The video was titled “Lonely Life When You Know Your Worth.”

Ashley may be single, but she’s not the only one who feels like her looks, intelligence, and success have hindered her dating life.

“It’s so hard to be pretty AND SMART. I wish I was Delulu and had no expectations but that’s the way it is,” says one top comment.

“Yep. They idealize you and end up hating and loathing you for everything they loved and adored about you in the beginning because you bring out all their insecurities. Still single but happy,” agreed another.

Last year, the concept of “pretty privilege” went viral as people debated the pros and cons of their good looks.

Some boasted about the free trips and gifts they received because of their “conventional attractiveness.”

Others complain that they are not taken seriously.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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