Nowadays, chivalrous acts function like tally marks; the higher the score, the more she will want to sleep with you. Chivalry is not dead because of feminists, it’s dead because men have exploited the fundamental beliefs of the term and used it to their advantage.
I still want to be cuddled and big-spooned into strong, masculine arms, and I should be able to say I want that without being accused of being passive/clingy/whatever.
When I texted my best friend if he thought chivalry was dead, his response was, “Women make it tough to be chivalrous sometimes.” I told him to shut up.
Ogling at the beautiful girl that just went by. So why didn’t you go out with that girl instead?
This “perfect” man is far from perfect in my opinion, and I think it’s a bit absurd that other people fall for this sort of man in a world full of so many interesting people.
Just because feminism is alive doesn’t mean that chivalry is dead, people.
This is wrong. This is sexism. This is NOT feminism.
The only proper time to pick up a drunk girl is when she needs to be picked up. This occurs when she’s too drunk to stand on her own two feet.
Apparently, a woman these days should not expect much from a man.