I went on a dinner date at a nice restaurant with this guy and we had food etc etc anyways after dinner he pulled out his wallet and he asked if I was was going to pay and I told him no and that I left my wallet at home (which I did) but then I said "Besides you're the guy, you should pay." Is that sexist?
Yes, very sexist
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Kind of sexist.
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No, not at all.
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I don't consider that sexist, but I can see why others would.
Yep. Imagine if he said "you're the woman, you should clean the house", would you consider that sexist? Saying someone has to do something because of their gender (even worse when it's something the do for YOU and that YOU are benefiting from) is sexist.
I would have paid my part and leave your sexist ass at the restaurant.
Yes it's sexist you should always try to pay and offer him money back. However, if he accepts money when you attempt to offer it back to him break up with him then and there because he's not worth your time.
I mean its sexist in the same way that telling a woman that they should be taking care of the kids or something similar. I wouldn't really care tho, would tell something about what kind of a person you are.
Depends on your tone. I make my SOs sandwiches every morning for work and sometimes he'll say "ah where you belong". It's intentionally sexist. It's the stereotype, it's also a joke so I just roll my eyes like the rest of his silly jokes lol.
If you meant it as a joke, then no it's not sexist. If you meant it, then yes it is. It's not the statement so much as the intention of it.
I don't think it's sexist, bc it doesn't come with the weight of centuries of gender based discrimination. it was rude though. even if you expect him to pay, it's polite to offer, or to cover the tip. also, going out without your wallet can be dangerous. generally, I assume that whoever asked the other out/ initiated the date will likely pay, but don't count on it.
You need a fucking good kick where it hurts. Plus you're a fucking total embarrassment to the female race. What a fucking bitch.
Not really just sexist. Also extremely rude, entitled, cheap, tacky and others I'm too polite to mention. Like I get guys paying, especially on a first date, but feeling entitled to it or something like that is just kinda sickening. Nobody owes you anything.
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