Why do *SOME* women think telling them they need to be held accountable for their own actions, behavior, and safety, is "sexism"?

MCheetah
"Sexist pig!"
"Sexist pig!"
Why do SOME women try to avoid responsibility for their actions or accountability towards anything that could potentially lead to harm or danger?

I've seen this argument, time and time again, and usually the biggest ones against it are the feminist types of women under the age of 24. There's a lot of things that it can apply to:

- Rapists going after loosely dressed women,
- Men staring at women when they show cleavage and skin,
- The (ridiculous and stupid) concept of "objectification,"
- Women hitting men, then getting hit back,
- Women justifying cheating on men,

... and so on. Seriously, the list is endless.

Whenever people try to bring up how women should minimize the risk of danger or consequences for themselves, it's either seen as "victim blaming" or the generic, old-as-f*ck and played-out "misogyny" routine no one gives a f*ck about anymore. They also try to strawman and say that people are "making excuses" for the bad men out there, rather than the truth of telling you not to go jumping into the ocean wearing a meat suit, or walk around the ghetto at 3am flashing stacks of hundred dollar bills.

I mean, I know some males defend this kind of behavior. But who gives a f*ck what soyboys think?

The biggest irony is that these women tend to be feminists, but think all women should be treated like toddlers that have NO responsibility or accountability for their own lives or safety, and that men need to child-proof life for them. This annoys the f*ck outta me, because it's stupid, childish, and entitled. Even if I was a woman, I'd think the same thing.

Why do you think your own safety is "someone else's responsibility?"

Why do you think you have the right to wear whatever you want, but men don't have the right to their own vision and look at what you're choosing to show everyone?

Why do you think politeness and decency is ENTITLED to you? People appreciate it because it's not an automatic right; no one HAS to be nice or respectful to you.
Why do *SOME* women think telling them they need to be held accountable for their own actions, behavior, and safety, is "sexism"?
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