Let me think about it for a moment.
You ever saw (or maybe experienced) girl in a pub who was being adored by a man saying to him to get lost? For unknown reasons, there is a fairly widespread belief among them that if she did not like the guy who approached her (or he did not amused her by his “game“) she is entitled to ashame and make fun of him, or at least treat him rude.
And there would be nothing shocking or surprising, if flirting with girls in the clubs was something reprehensible… no, they just are unpleasant for someone who wants to know them. Just because they do not like him physically and therefore feel entitled to ashame him, often with approval of her female colleagues.
Later they go and keep saying how stupid this guy was, or how silly was the cap he was wearing.
It would not be that bad and I’d be okay with such female mentality examples if only they would think that a male posess exactly same right to say similar stuff to them. Like:
-you have ugly legs
-your breasts looks small
-you dress like a slut
But obviously we all know what would happen if a man says something like that to a girl.
Gender equality? Yeah, sure.
Of course another example can be currently “popular” rape culture. If a girl has sex and she is drunk- next day she can claim “rape” and this means she did not gave her consent. Male can be drunk as hell, be raped or whatever else! And when he will claim that he was abused in any way- we all know what will happen. Nothing. Or maybe he will experience being ridiculed even more. Both of them can be drunk but only him is responsible for his actions.
Gender equality? Of course.
In Switzerland, there are special places to park a car- for women only. They are bigger than the normal ones. I don’t even need to comment.
Now I try to imagine what would happen if we saw series of pics like that were made by men near past out drunk women. Wow. Try to wrap your head over court sentences that would follow it.
Finally, the famous sentence that feminists repeat over and over: “We can do anything a man can and better“. Oh really? Why we never see women applying for work in mines, or as sewer workers or becoming garbage disposal workers or building bridges (and so on)? Comfortable blue collar corporate jobs where they can dress like sluts and gain leverage- sure, bring on more gender equality there! Empower women more! Feminism ends where real physical work starts. And I don’t want to even start talking about suicide rates.
It is really happening and it is absolutely wrong. I end up with a quote from Sigmund Freud. I answer him this: “They don’t know what they want” …and if we won’t stop them and tell them what to do, they will devastate our lives even more.