This came from a 32 year old man.
Literally all she said was “no.”
every nice guy’s thought process.
It’s phenomenal how delusional this is
Actually, for those of us who are trying to he truly nice, that isn’t our thought process. Someone that is nice wouldn’t say the shit that he just said or treat any woman or really just any other human being, animal/creature, etc. that way. That’s someone that tries to smooth talk his way into bed with a girl. Not a nice guy. So please, stop making assumptions about every guy because there are ones that are shitty. Reverse sexism isn’t how you end sexism.
Okay, I’m going to give you the benefit of the doubt and respond nicely here.
First off, I think you missed that the “nice guys” being referenced here are the self-proclaimed Nice Guys of the world. The Gentlemen who say things like “Why do all the girls date assholes? I’m so nice.” They’re the guys who expect women to put out just because they’ve been showing a baseline level of nice behavior and who throw a tantrum when a woman isn’t interested—like the woman above.
Don’t worry, we know that there are plenty of lovely men in the world. But look through our archives and try to tell me that there also aren’t plenty of gross, lewd men who feel entitled to our attention.
Second, reverse sexism isn’t a thing. Sexism (or racism, homophobia, transmisogyny, and so on) implies a power differential—the oppressed versus the oppressor. I hate to break it to you, but women don’t have the power here and therefore can’t be “reverse sexist.”
If you don’t believe me, go have a read through the #YesAllWomen tag on Twitter. Have you experienced any of these things? Have you made sure to plan your walk to stay on well-lit streets at night, just in case? How many things do you do a day to avoid being raped? When was the last time you were groped on a bus by a woman while other women looked on and did nothing? When was the last time a woman yelled that you have a “Nice ass!” on the street and then told you to “Take a compliment, you bastard” when you didn’t react positively? Have you been passed over for promotions repeatedly in favor of less-qualified women? What about being unable to break through the glass ceiling? Or being asked while campaigning for public office whether being a dad will impact your ability to serve your community? Have you ever thought about the wage gap and how it will affect your future earnings? Or worried about your reproductive health while women legislated your options away?
I could keep going, but the point is is that reverse sexism isn’t a thing. Get back to me when society isn’t set up to make life easy for men.