The reason for this is that shy men are more concerned with avoiding the social catastrophe of asking you out and failing than they are of getting you.
If you are looking for an abundance of devotion, he has it to give.So, in conclusion, if you are interested in a shy man, start by questioning that feeling. " If you answer these questions sincerely and still want to date him, you then face the problem of making it happen - or rather, making him make it happen. They fall outside of the predator-prey model for sexual interactions that is assumed in the "don't initiate contact" rule.So it is acceptable for you to initiate with a shy guy. The problem with male shyness is that it wears off in specific situations.(If nothing else, this will give you good insight into what it is like to be a man.) While all of this sounds like it might be too difficult to deal with - and many women will come to that conclusion - it is worth pointing out that if you can navigate through the difficult aspects of attracting and dating a shy man, he is likely to be completely faithful to you.
Due to the lack of female attention he has attracted or received, he is like an emotional spring that you will release.
If they have even the slightest doubt about your intentions they will hold back.
So whatever you would normally do to indicate your interest to a confident man, double or triple it for a shy man (in proportion to his shyness): While I don't suggest that you overtly ask out a shy guy on an "official" date (this would too flagrantly undermine what he knows to be his role as described above), I do suggest that you suggest and then ask him to hang out under casual pretenses.
If a girl doesn't approach or initiate contact with a shy man, nothing will happen.
This is true, but handling this situation isn't as simple as you might think...
I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.