13. Weight. It’s okay to ask a guy what his weight is, but asking a girl is considered rude. Same with age.
14. Therapy or counselling So many outreach programs easily available to woman seeking help from sexual and domestic abuse to mental health. Which is fantastic but doesn’t seem to be as readily available to men. Or just even the social stigma of a man seeing a counselor or therapist.
15. Late night UK TV last night, hunky gym guy comes on, audience (mainly female) erupted into a chorus of
“Top off, Top off, Top off,”
Imagine if a primarily male audience had shouted that at a female guest.
It seems humans NEED to objectify the bodies of others, now we can’t do it to ladies men are in the firing line. Manorexia on the rise, it’s no joke.
16. NO SPAGHETTI STRAPS YOUR ARMS ARE SO DISTRACTING. Meanwhile, your male peers are allowed sleeveless jerseys with the arm-holes cut to expose the side of the torso and 2in of boxers sticking out of their pants. Because that isn’t distracting at all. But fuck me and my sexy feminine shoulders, right???*
*Yes, my school’s dress code said no sleeveless shirts for ANYONE. However, people wore them anyway. Girls constantly got sent to the office but I only recall one guy ever getting sent out of class to get a more appropriate shirt/get a belt. It was infuriating.