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Fresh Impressions: Making the First Move

To make the first move or not? Our #SafeguardFreshFive guys give some insight.

Traditionally, guys are the ones who make the first move and girls are often left to wait for their crushes to show interest in them. It's a dilemma we aren't proud of admitting: sometimes, we think about taking charge when it comes to guys we like. Making the first move isn't always easy but for girls who are thinking about it, we'd like to think that confident girls who go for what they want get brownie points.

To make the first move or not? Our #SafeguardFreshFive guys share what they think and what gets them to notice you:

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