Ok, the other thread got me thinking I want to create a proper discussion on how girls have the upper hand.
For example, suppose a 14 year old girl went out to a club but didn't have ID, but she looked really hot and was wearing a low cut top, the bouncer would check her out, and let her in.
If it was a guy, he wouldn't get let in.
Also something else ridiculous, there is a nightclub near me, where on Saturday,
girls pay nothing, and guys pay €20 for entry. And girls get free champagne all night.
WHY why why??? This is a serious question, why do this for girls, and not guys?
How unfair is it to give up €20 when a girl can get in for free.
This is in France but I know there are very very similar circumstances in England.
You're French? ....awkward
Get a sex change.
You've just realised this? Nobody wants a sausagefest.
Good for business. Nothing more than that.
14 year old girls? Really?
Like, I know stuff like that happens with bouncers letting girls in because of the way they're dressed or how they're acting, but surely not with girls that young?
I can back up what the OP is saying. When I lived in Spain girls who were 13-14 years old would get into clubs easily and be allowed to drink.
Yeah but think how much worse it would be the other way round
It makes you realise that economically the world might in fact have been more equal before women were encouraged to have careers.
They'd not earn, but they'd get everything paid for them.
Now, they earn, and they can still get everything paid for them.
I'm aware most girls aren't *****y or self-serving enough to do that, but it's annoying that the option is there.
It's why I don't really pay for girls to do anything though: I'm instantly suspicious.
I'm not trying to suggest it would be better if women had remained unemancipated in the workplace, but pushes for equality do tend to create problems when they run up against actual differences (which are at their starkest, in my opinion, when it comes to gender issues).