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You can get all the advice you want about volunteering, or participating in certain activities, but if you are only doing those things with the hopes of meeting someone, it won't work, because it is not sincere.I would tell you to continue to participate in the activities you like, because eventually if you keep participating in these activities and groups that are related to these activities, you will run into people who know a woman who may be a good fit.What are some things I can try doing without being someone I'm not?Also, for someone who doesn't want the stigma of a "pickup artist douchebag", how do you approach an attractive female when you are out? The only thing I can tell you if you want to try things without being someone your not: Participate in activities that you like doing.There are plenty of opportunities to meet new people, but it can seem impossible to make a relationship work with a busy student schedule.
Think of it like this - you would have to feign interest in these things anyway in order to interact with many women, so consider it more of a useful learning experience than fakery.Also, for someone who doesn't want the stigma of a "pickup artist douchebag", how do you approach an attractive female when you are out? Sorry to disabuse you but women in their 20s certainly do not have it any easier.You could go to Barnes & Nobles and browse through the "dude-centric" sections while checking out women.If you happen to also meet women in your desired age range, fine, but don't exclusively look for those types only, or you'll end up with nothing at all - which leads to a loss of confidence - which lowers your chances still.I'm in my upper 20s and work in a field with very, very few women and I have to go out of my way to meet them as a result.