Feminists suggest we split the bill for meals, encourage women to ask men out, for men to level the playing field and to eliminate gender norms to promote equality. Men who go against this are generally labeled "misognysts". But then a lot of traditionialists women whine about this generation of men not being "Man enough" by accepting these changing social norms. Which is it that you want? Don't you understand guys have conflicting messages sent to them on how they should behave with women? Why don't these two types of women reconcile with what they want with each other instead of blaming men for being "sexist" or "pussies"?
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Feminists and traditionalists are two different types of women.
Just behave how you want assuming you're not gonna be a dick and hurt anyone. You will never please everyone.
Men give us confusing and conflicting messages all the time. as well. How many times have guys said "just because I hold the door open for you or compliment you, it doesn't mean I wanna have sex with you. Fucking feminists assume every guy wants to date them."
But then you have a group of "nice" guys who babycry and say "I told her she was beautiful. I am always nice to her. Why doesn't she take the hint that I like her?"
Or when it comes to dating men.
If we choose to date a man who doesn't have a job. "Omg, women are so stupid. They will rather date a bum who lives with his mom than a hard working man with his own place."
But if we say we want a guy who is working, not even necessarily a good job just a job, then we hear: "Women are such golddiggers. They only want men with jobs."
Or when it even comes to public safety.
If we say we don't want street harassment, I mean REAL street harassment like not being followed or a man groping. Guys say "Girls exaggerate. I'd be happy if a woman touched me. It's a compliment. Not every man is a rapist."
But then if we ignore it: "Girls are so stupid. She should've been more careful cuz you never know who is a rapist."
Women can be hypocritical, but so can guys. I think it's just a human trait in general. The difference is that in today's society me pointing it out gets me branded as a misandric feminist. While if a guy points it out, he's right.2