No not all feminists are like this, but when you have shit tons of people that represent a group in an insane way, it makes the entire group look ridiculous. This is why I don’t need feminism, I can fight for women’s rights without labeling myself in a group with people like this in it.
It’s people like these posts who make me feel ashamed to be a woman, more than a man has,ever.
She didn’t. She whined about the patriarchy making a road that men had the privilege to walk, even though she did too, but then someone drove by and cat called her so she filed a rape charge and cried misogyny. Her cries are still echoing on the street to this day.
Fellas! You want your genitals to party with other nicer and altogether different genitals? Here’s all you need to know!
So, I clicked on this article with my eyes already rolling, expecting bullshit studies and colloquial misogyny. But, I was pleasantly surprised! This is actually super hilarious, and each point has some great comments.
#4. Treat Yo Bitch With RESPECT! As a thoughtful starting place, don’t refer to the object of your affection as a bitch; that’s actually not as complimentary as conventional wisdom would have us believe. … By mentally linking strong women with bitches, you simultaneously dismiss their strength and reduce their humanity by equating them with dogs; you make them immediately less than.
#3. Chicks Don’t Dig Nice Guys Wait, no, I worded that wrong. What I mean is that chicks don’t dig just nice guys. What I do hear from women is very much the same as what I hear from guys — they want someone who is nice, sure, but also interesting and exciting and confident. Talented in some way, or funny. Dynamic and comfortable in his own skin and respectful and attentive and useful. The first step to getting your tongue all up in a woman’s mouth begins with making sure you didn’t put words in there first.
#2. Stop Thinking About Sex Like a Treat That You Can Get Here’s an important thing: You will never be owed sex. At any time. From anyone. … Sex isn’t a light at the end of a tunnel, it’s not a thing that you work or fight for and earn, it’s a thing — like see-saw or tennis or one of those two-person carts that they used in coal mines — that two people can do together if they both feel like it and if doing so would be enjoyable for both parties. Sex is supposed to be fun.
#1. Stop Reading Guides on How to Get Laid There are books that will tell you how to repair a motorcycle or how to bake a cake or how to wire a lamp. Women aren’t motorcycles (except in RoboCop 4). They are just as complicated and interesting as you are. Don’t believe me? Track down a guide on how to seduce men and read a few chapters. You’ll either be offended or end up shaking your head over and over again, saying, “That wouldn’t work on me. That wouldn’t work on me. I’d hate it if someone tried that on me.”
(Full article is definitely worth a read, though it is a bit heteronormative and cissexist at times.)