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Disadvantages for being a man: military draft, financial responsibility in dating scenarios, glances and conversation can be warped as stalking/harassment. That’s just the immediate ones that come to mind. Both sides have their disadvantages.
Equality = holding the door open for anyone as a kind gesture not because of their gender . If I’m on a date with a girl I’m gonna let her open her own door because she’s fully capable. But if I saw an elderly person I will open the door for them as a kind gesture. I don’t like how feminists want equality but also want the perks of being a woman
Men and women are different mentally and physically so we can't all fully understand each other, we aren't equal, but ranking is different and that's what people should look at instead of having a mentality that gender should be equal in whole.
I'm a woman and I prefer offering people before me. Often men will politely decline so to prevent this I do the hand motion indicating "you first" and then I say "ladies first".
The confusion is enjoyable.
I do the same with other women 😉
I'm usually a big fan of this show but this episode was disappointing. They pretty much gathered more progressive minded men and threw them with a bunch of progressively minded females. I'm a fan of equality, but there were issues that could've been touched on that weren't.
Secondly, when the one woman was commenting on the guys view to respect women via the holding open doors topic- she said that it seems great that "women are higher up" but it's not and then went to comment on how it's actually women are lower and incapable etc etc. So it seems great that a womans higher than you are but it's wrong when shes percieved as lower? How could no one call her out on this! Like if were striving to be equal how can it be ok if a woman is higher than a man? We should be at the same level. And since everyone is so progressive no one caught her on that.
Finally, the woman who works at the hardware store said that she feels passed over because shes a woman when people ask/ go for help. And that's wrong. What bothers me though is that they usually have people separated by departments and she never mentioned whether or not she was even a part of the department and she never affirmed she had the knowledge to help! I'm sure there are idiots out there that think women cant be technical, but if I'm going to a hardware store I'm not gonna ask someone in the paint or wood paneling section where a 1/2 screw is or if they can help me locate the proper bolt that I thought was something in SE but it's actually in Metric- I wont waste anyone's time to help me if they arent in that department! But she never mentioned that. Disappointed they're could of been a really good conversation on this episode
"Being emotional" shouldn't be a synonym only for "crying when frustrated/sad". I hate it when men say that women get too emotional just because we express our anger through tears. Men express anger through physical violence/acts (breaking things, getting in fights, yelling, etc.,). Both crying and getting violent should be considered "being emotional". But still, that concept is only applied to people that cry, and they get labelled as weak just because "they can't control their emotions" as if beating someone up or yelling uncontrollably weren't signs of someone not being able to
control their emotions.
To this day in society,
-If a woman cries or gets frustrated: *"She's being emotional and acting crazy"*
-If a man gets violent: *"Oh, it's just his nature".* 😒
I held a door open for this older man and he ending up pushing the door against me to make me let go off the door. I know he saw me cs it was a see through door and he definitely see me being nice but take it as mocking situation while im not, i just want to help. That’s really rude thing to do but i dont really mad about it cs it can be any other meaning than that.
treating people equally does not mean treating people identically. It means giving everyone an equal opportunity and space within their unique position. It's about fulfilling everyone's specific needs. Some people need more, some people need less. It's not about prioritizing one expression over another.
If I get to the door first I will open the door.
If he gets to the door first he will open the door.
I refuse to stand there and be like open something for me even though I got there first and my hands aren't broken and I am fully capable of opening said door but you're a man so it's your job.
About holding the doors thing... I think that it isn't about respecting women or that it has some deeper meaning like everyone is trying to bring to it. It just a nice thing to do for your date/girlfriend/fiance/wife. I feel like people are making up a whole story about it just to have a reason to agree or not agree with it.
Seriously I wonder if people tend to think objectively sometimes.
Yeah okay how about a fair comparison, take that female UFC fighter who is at the top of her sport and compare her to a Male UFC fighter who is at the top of their sport. She would get destroyed. There is no question.
Don't take an outlier on one end and compare it to an outlier on the other end
I feel that the men in the video weren't being completely honest because of the fear of scrutiny. No one called out Koree for her backwards thinking on the door situation and the black guy saying he's worried about a female attacking him was asanine. And the "understood by the other gender" was ridiculous as well, for him to be raised by mostly women and fearing to show emotions showed that women taught that behaviour to him meaning that women dont understand men.
As a woman, I have no expectations that a man should open a door. I think a person should hold a door if there's someone following them. That's all that matters. I've held the door open for my husband, I've held the door open for other men, women, etc etc. My husband holds the door for me too.
I've actually had a man yell at me for trying to hold the door for him. He refused to walk in and insisted. I tried laughing it off like it's okay dude I don't care. He aggressively barked "No. You go first." How is that idea that women shouldn't hold a door rooted in kindness? How is the idea that I should be yelled at for being blindly considerate okay? It seemed like he felt attacked by my gesture, imo.
Just be kind, is my ideal. Hold the door open for anyone because it's good to do. If someone holds it for you, thank them then move on.
the female UFC fighter thing made me cringe, the proper responds to that is what about male UFC figthers the top male UFC fighter will be a god compared to any female. On average man are stronger and it shows in the extreme of strength in both fighting lifting and nearly every sport out there
I’m not sexist but I disagree with these opening door comments. If your opening a door and someone (man or woman) is walking towards the door, hold it open. Not cause your unable. I’m just being kind. Not because I’m a gentleman, I’d do it for men too.
You think being a woman in America is hard? Try being one in a third world country...pshhh...you are basically an inconvenient second thought whose existence is just to please our masculine counterpart...I kid you not...
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