The Thing All Women Do That You Don't Know About
>There's this thing that happens whenever I speak about or write about women's issues. Things like dress codes, rape culture and sexism. I get the comments: Aren't there more important things to worry about? Is this really that big of a deal? Aren't you being overly sensitive? Are you sure you're being rational about this?
>Every. Single. Time.
>And every single time I get frustrated. Why don't they get it?
>I think I've figured out why.
>They don't know.
> It's being at a crowded bar/concert/insert any crowded event, and having to turn around to look for the jerk who just grabbed our ass.
Dressing like a whore and NOT expecting Chad to grope your ass in public? Stacey's truly are retarded.
>The Thing All Women Do That You Don't Know About
>Comments full of women who say they've never had to deal with this
Surprise, it's a feminist making shit up again. Why does the world let them get away with making blatantly false blanket statements like this?
>So, yeah, when I get fired up about a comment someone makes about a girl's tight dress, they don't always get it.
>When I get worked up over the every day sexism
commenting on a womans skirt constitutes sexism how? are the people who write these articles retarded?
>So, the next time a woman talks about being cat-called and how it makes her uncomfortable, don't dismiss her. Listen.
Literally dressing up to look attractive and get uncomfortable when a guy hollers at you? Pic related.
>Listen because her concerns are valid and not exaggerated or inflated.
She completely failed to prove why that was a big deal. She just whined about how men thinks she's pretty. Literally over half of all articles written by feminists are just a shitty excuse for the author to brag about how much attention she's getting from men.
>Literally over half of all articles written by feminists are just a shitty excuse for the author to brag about how much attention she's getting from men.
It's called humble-bragging. It usually goes something like this.
>Queue scene at a bar, with 2 ladies being friends.
>"Oh god, I've been accosted by 3 creeps today, jesus christ, can't they just see that my push-up bra, and my 55 layers of make-up isn't an invite to talk to me?!
>I know what you mean, there's been 6 creeps talking to me already! What pigs men are.
Women are vapid.
I dont give a shit about "minimizing" or "microaggresions" or rape jokes or cat-calling or whatever feminist bullshit because at the end of the day if a man attacks me I can blow his fucking brains out due to not being a noguns cuckqueen
>The Thing All Women Do That You Don't Know About
>SHE DECLINES TO scream, stomp her feet, call the cops, send out press releases and tweets and facebook posts when a man does something that makes her feel bad.
Bravo, reasonable adult women. Shame on you, Gretchen Kelly: professional troll
As a guy, this right here.
If we could just solve the physical violence problem I'd not have to care about inadvertently scaring girls any longer. It's kind of shitty.
The problem with "dressing up to look attractive" is that our society has focused on women so much that it's literally impossible for the modern female to dress unattractively. If a girl wants to be unattractive, she has to eat hamburgers twice daily, wear lensless frames, and not use make-up. Even feminine facial/armpit hair can be cute nowadays.
>The problem with "dressing up to look attractive" is that our society has focused on women so much that it's literally impossible for the modern female to dress unattractively.
That's completely retarded and if you honestly believed that made sense when you typed it out you should end yourself.
I'll just leave this here.
>Ironically, Vincent said, it took experiencing life as a man for her to appreciate being a woman. "I really like being a woman. ... I like it more now because I think it's more of a privilege."
Dressing up to look attractive isn't the same as being found attractive.
Some people have a fetish for women wearing hijabs and burqas, you wouldn't call someone wearing a burqa in a majority white western city to be dressed to look attractive though.
>because at the end of the day if a man attacks me I can blow his fucking brains out due to not being a noguns cuckqueen
speaking so much sense
> tfw women starts shooting sexually aggressive Chads
> society gets culled of all the Chad apes
> beta nice guys take the spot light
> our time to shine
No seriously, wouldn't this solve all problems?
>Aren't there more important women's issues than dress codes, sexism, and rape?
>Let me answer that question by generalizing all women having to go through all my personal experiences
>Let me describe how there's obviously more important issues by only describing rape and sexism and how women have to put up with it because waaah we're women
>isn't there more important issues for women?
>let me write a big long winded article saying "no"
No, I literally explained why being seen as attractive despite or because of a dress isn't the same as dressing to be attractive.
The latter is about the intent of the woman, the former is about the opinion of the spectator. Completely different things.
When I was in high school I made up a story about being beaten up by a gang at a previous school. I have no idea why I did that. It sounds ridiculous now and I cringe when I think about it. I guess some people just like to be victims.
>Women have to sometimes ignore things or feel uncomfortable
>This is an issue exclusive to women because REASONS
>I've been sexually harassed and/or complimented by people and it's never ever had anything to do with my choices or actions
Whenever I read articles like this I always think about how pointless they are because the type of guy who does these bad things, would never read something like this in his life.
She is talking to a bunch of guys that wouldn't harm a fly. So what's the point? Telling off all men for something a tiny minority do that can't even hear her anyway?
>sometimes I feel uncomfortable
>women never exaggerate or blow things out of proportion
>its really hard to be a sexually attractive female
>here's a giant article about muh feelings
You can always tell when an article is written by a woman under the age of 35. I'm sure when she reaches that age and stops receiving male attention, she can write articles entitled "where have all the good men gone?" instead.