If I’m so beautiful/smart/amazing then make the logical assumption that I’m single because I’m picky, because I can afford to be.
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It is only uttered to girls who fit the dreaded “cool girl chic”—the ones who seem to be able to slather their mouths in buffalo wings and conveniently remain a size 2 (PS: those girls are actually working very hard to maintain an effortlessly hot persona).
That’s not our job and if it ever was then we’ve resigned!
This is another classic remark that seems like a compliment but is actually wrong on so many levels.
Or maybe you’ve grown up in a chauvinistic culture that systematically demeans women and you’ve heard men say all of the things on this list and never thought about what their implications are or how a woman might infer them. If you’re reading this article, that means you want to be better, which is awesome.
So here’s a list of things that women—especially the ones who would likely identify as feminists—are sick and tired of hearing.
Conversely, if a woman does love shopping, there’s no need to act like it’s flippant just because it’s not a In male-dominated fields, it’s common for a man to say something like this, and at first glance it seems innocent and flattering.