August102012
stfusexists:


No.
Not okay. If you can’t see a beautiful woman without committing a violent felony, you need to commit yourself, end of story.

stfusexists:

No.

Not okay. If you can’t see a beautiful woman without committing a violent felony, you need to commit yourself, end of story.

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2PM
longlineofquitters:

stfusexists:

Remember this guy? This is a pattern. It’s a pattern of total entitlement. We live in a culture where when a man doesn’t get the EXACT reaction he wants from a woman, he feels as though he has the right to completely go off on her. It’s abusive, it’s sexist, and it is absolutely NOT okay.

I love how some people are like “omg but saying ‘K’ was rude tho!” - uh, no. Did she ask him to tell her what he thought of her looks in 2nd grade or now? No. Was she obliged to thank him for sharing that valuable piece of information? No. (Was this a crappy cliche compliment? Yes.)
In fact, you’re not obliged to thank people for hitting on you. They’re not doing you any favours by hitting on you, are they? And clearly this guy is hitting on the girl, especially seeing his last text. I don’t believe she needs to thank him politely for showing interest in her, especially in such an awkwardly hyperbolic way.
And seeing how he’s obviously a total asshole, I’m inclined to believe that she knew about his little attitude problem long before we did. “K” is not how you normally react to a wanted and appreciated compliment - it is how you react when the compliment makes you uncomfortable. Like when it’s told by a creep, someone who’s married, your boyfriend’s best friend, someone the age of your grandpa, or a relative. “K” is what you say when you sure did not want to know if this guy found you attractive in 2nd grade.
And this guy got mad because she didn’t respond to him like she would to a nice guy (he sure as hell thinks he is one). Oh, that must have hurt.
Also, telling someone they’re pretty is not “confessing your emotions” nor “pouring your heart out”, are people fucking serious? He just told her she was fucking pretty, not that he loved her. If he was trying to confess, he did a poor ass job of it.
Idk, I feel no compassion whatsoever for this guy.

longlineofquitters:

stfusexists:

Remember this guy? This is a pattern. It’s a pattern of total entitlement. We live in a culture where when a man doesn’t get the EXACT reaction he wants from a woman, he feels as though he has the right to completely go off on her. It’s abusive, it’s sexist, and it is absolutely NOT okay.

I love how some people are like “omg but saying ‘K’ was rude tho!” - uh, no. Did she ask him to tell her what he thought of her looks in 2nd grade or now? No. Was she obliged to thank him for sharing that valuable piece of information? No. (Was this a crappy cliche compliment? Yes.)

In fact, you’re not obliged to thank people for hitting on you. They’re not doing you any favours by hitting on you, are they? And clearly this guy is hitting on the girl, especially seeing his last text. I don’t believe she needs to thank him politely for showing interest in her, especially in such an awkwardly hyperbolic way.

And seeing how he’s obviously a total asshole, I’m inclined to believe that she knew about his little attitude problem long before we did. “K” is not how you normally react to a wanted and appreciated compliment - it is how you react when the compliment makes you uncomfortable. Like when it’s told by a creep, someone who’s married, your boyfriend’s best friend, someone the age of your grandpa, or a relative. “K” is what you say when you sure did not want to know if this guy found you attractive in 2nd grade.

And this guy got mad because she didn’t respond to him like she would to a nice guy (he sure as hell thinks he is one). Oh, that must have hurt.

Also, telling someone they’re pretty is not “confessing your emotions” nor “pouring your heart out”, are people fucking serious? He just told her she was fucking pretty, not that he loved her. If he was trying to confess, he did a poor ass job of it.

Idk, I feel no compassion whatsoever for this guy.

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