What's one thing of the opposite gender you wish was completely acceptable/normal for your gender?
What Girls Said 13
Not being expected to shave off most of my body hair.6
Making up for any flaws in my looks through career, charisma, personality.
My worth not being determined by my age
Body hair being acceptable
A much less complicated reproductive cycle
No makeup being the norm and perfectly attractive4
no bra or shaving or swearing with out looking bad8
Not wearing or doing anything impractical for their appearance. (I don't mean guys don't care about their appearance, they're just not pressured to do things that are impractical or bad for them--i. e. guys may diet to stay fit, but not to get unhealthily skinny, and they're not pressured to wear impractical shoes like heels, or spend an hour throwing on makeup and shaving most of their body, etc).2
Not shaving and still being considered sexy. I've started noticing a trend with men shaving or desiring less hair recently. I hope that in generations from now all men are shaving and that's the norm, it would be unsexy if they didn't. See how men like it 😝1
1. Being able to keep my body hair and still be socially acceptable
2. Topless at the beach (I hate tan lines)
3. Able to talk about sex without being judged so harshly
All in all though, I'm pretty happy being a girl, no complaints here.
(I know you said one but I go above and beyond :P)1
Walking around shirtless. Hey we sweat too1
Not wearing a shirt or sweating a ton1
That more than looks are valuable to others
That its normal to need some time/space to yourself, even with a partner or family.
That physical attraction, desire & orgasms are considered vital to the sexual experience.
That you may not always want to talk or to be a jar for someone's problems or pillar for their ego.1
Their sex drive.1
What Guys Said 15
Being able to spend time with kids without automatically being labelled as a pedophile or potential pedophile.8
Hugging other guy friends
Shopping, doesn't apply for me and my friends in general but still
And I have been thinking about this... make up. Like girls use it to cover up 'flaws', I think guys could use it too
Or girls not being afraid of making the first move if they already know what they want. It's like they're waiting for the guy, wasting time :p3
I dont think there's such a thing. I am happy with my gender and the way things are.
Women get to wear much more radiant colors, I think their clothing can look pretty stylish while a lot of male clothing is pretty bland.2
Speaking in a female overly caring but superficial tone. It's easier to sound like you care about things when you say it like a girl. As men we have a bit of a taciturn way of expressing emotions in our speech.3
having the opposite gender make the first move...
sure it's acceptable, but still not that common4
The idea of gender is sexist by itself, and I don't really give a shit about what I am supposed to do because of my supposed gender. Hell, I'm gender fluid. When filling in a form or something I always choose the "other" option. But as far as stereotypical "girl things" go, wear pink. I don't really like pink, but I also don't like yellow and I've worn yellow before. Since when do colours have a gender identity? It's ridiculous to assign a colour to a group of people just because of what gender they are.3
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Free the tities! 😆😂1
Being able to take pride in my physical appearance and dressing nice, babysitting and being good with children, sitting in the passenger seat all the time so I don't have to drive.2
I wish Sloots gonna sloot was accepted more:
have lots of options...
i wish i could pick girls to fuck like woman do with men...6
Having double standards be completely ok.2