“How many girls I’ve been with. I round the number down…significantly.” — Sam, 24
It means I can sense you’re at a different pace. It means you like me waaayy more than I like you and I’m not ready for that kind of emotional wave.
If they can be trusted to protect a country, they can probably protect you.
“I enjoy the absolute ecstasy of peeing from atop tall buildings with the wind in my hair.”
I want my son to know that being a Feminist helps everybody. I want my son to understand that identifying as a Feminist does not emasculate you. Feminism is about equality, it’s about respect, it’s about making the best of the world we have.
“Bros, specifically frat bros. Ugh. My vagina is closing shut just thinking about it. No thanks.” — Lizbeth, 20
So if all feminism is is the belief that men and women should be treated and respected in the exact same way, why and HOW am I still being hit on and asked out by people who do not think of themselves as feminists? And more importantly, why did I continue to date them?
“That my sister was the pretty one but that I was the more approachable one.”
Almost is another word for NO.
I hate to break the news to you, but you’re not as masculine as you think. I say this because your idea of masculinity is rooted in insecure dehumanizing behaviors.