There’s the YouTube channel BrandSins, right? Starving for something feminist to watch, I watched the video criticizing the company Playboy. There’s plenty wrong to say about it, all right. But not one thing about the stupid and constant objectification of women EVER. Not when concerning the content of the magazines, the man who created it or even Playboy mansion. Well, the creator of the channel is male…
“Men and women can never be friends but sex has nothing to do with it” Really hasn’t the daily telegraph anything better to write than sexist clickbait? It used to be a newspaper Looking forward to “blacks and whites can never be friends” headline… no I thought not..,,
Nice to see the Virginia gunman who killed four had domestic battery conviction downgraded in the press to “previous allegations of violence” – last time I checked a conviction for wife battery was a bit more than an allegation. Still no point believing the woman eh? Even if the courts agree. Protect male reputations. Boys will be boys!
On Love Island last night the girls slut dropped, twerked and lap dances in order to win a date with the new man. How can we in today’s society accept that this is OK? What message does that give to young people? I’m a headteacher and so many of my children watch this show it’s so worrying that this is the message they are getting.
Every single advert for suntan cream is illustrated by a pretty young woman. And you wonder why it’s hard to get men to wear it?
I am almost 13 years old and from India. Out here we have a very famous comedian with his own show and everything, and people from all over the country watch him including my mother. From the very start, I have never seemed to get the humor in his jokes. They have always been very sexist and misogynistic. Putting up standards of beauty for women. How they should look and what they should do. Even one of the characters that appear on his show is a desperate to get married girl, who he keeps turning down by making fun of her looks. And there is one very ‘pretty’ girl who he tries to flirt and set himself up with. It really sickens me that people laugh at his very rude and offensive jokes. I am so done with this thing. I don’t get how he can get away with making fun of women that way.
I don’t know why women have created such impossible standards for themselves Thanks daily telegraph front page Pretty sure it’s been men in charge for the last five thousand years and women having to respond to that. All impossible standards start with the people in charge, who are mostly male. The impossible beauty standards are not coming from the women I know. Even if a few get involved the fabric of sexism came from males. But then it’s so much easier to blame women.
I recently noticed that in superhero stories, the females always have gigantic breasts, their names always end in “girl,” while the male names end in “man” (i.e, Superman, Supergirl). Also, why is it that almost all female villians have powers that involve seducing men?
I had the biggest tits in my year from day one aged 11. I was also rather chubby and ginger. Most girls hated me or wanted to be me. Boys would call me fat and unfuckable but then grab my HH’s quite happily. Teachers stopped me doing pe cause i was getting so much attention. I never felt liked or pretty or wanted for me. I lost weight and was so scared no one would like me with smaller tits because everyone talked about my boobs. So did I. I thought they where my best feature. I was to loud to opinionated to this to that. I got into a fight with a lad in my lad we where both swearing at each other ready to hit one another when a teacher turns then corner starts screaming at the boy about how that’s not how you speak to a women and it didn’t matter if I started it or what I was yelling back at him. I hate looking back now at all the things I excepted as normal as a teen. If I had noticed those things maybe I wouldn’t have stayed in a abusive relationship for 2 years of my life. Or got with a guy like him. Sex doesn’t validated me or make me feel much. And I hate other people always seeing my gender first. I have a teen step daughter 9 years younger then me and I am so scared for her to go to high school. I don’t want her thinking that’s normal.
Watching the news of the election. A woman wins her seat. The BBC talk about her ‘great blow dry’ rather than her winning her seat, which is an incredible achievement. On no planet would they watch a man winning his seat and go ‘he’s had a great close shave this morning’