Say if a man has a poster of emma watson wearing a bikini , then he is perverted,disrespectful and creepy.
But, if a woman has a poster of zack efron shirtless in her room, then she's just a fangirl.
If a guy watches too much p0rn ,then he's a despo or a sicko and people think he's deprived.But if a woman is into it, then nobody cares.
Women can just go on the street and flirt with men,pull their cheeks and what not.Nobody will say a word to her.But if a man does that,he'll just go to jail.
Female judges or presenters on programs like Strictly or X factor encourage male contestants to take their shirts off and people laugh. If the men said something similar about women contestants they'd be accused of being sexist
there are so many other examples.
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Why is it okay for women to explore their sexuality, but not men? watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-11-2017 07:55
- Community Assistant
- 04-11-2017 13:23
I think the same of this. Bruno on Strictly and the other judges saying how hot it is for the dancers to take their shirts off and they want it to happen more, but for a woman it's a "wardrobe malfunction" if too much of her chest shows.
It's not fair, but then life isn't fair, is it?