What do you think about a good percentage of women shamming men for looking at them for a second or two at the gym?

Tiktok is filled with these type of videos of women recording men and labelling them as creeps on the internet. There is even a discussion about it over at purple pill debate, where one gym owner mentions the large amounts of women who will make outlandish claims of guys being creepy towards them when they really were not.

"I own a gym and let me tell you... Some of the complaints my staff has to investigate from women are absolutely ridiculous. We have cameras throughout the facility which apparently many of these women don't realize, because they'll turn a guy walking within 4 feet of them into a fantastical sexual harassment story where he "rubbed his genitals against her".

It annoys me immensely when women do this because when 9 out of 10 times the story ends up being blown way out of proportion, you can't help but start to feel like you're wasting your time by taking them seriously."

Another user wrote

"I have changed the gym I've been going to for 6 years because of that... a girl that I ignored in hallway started hitting on a simp personal trainer only so that he would accuse me of "harrassing her" by going to work out next to her. When I asked for cameras to be checked then she immediately said "no need to" lol.

I have complained to manager and since nothing happened and she continued coming to the gym staring at me like she won at some idiotic contest I didn't feel good there any more so I left."

Why can't women just be normal? Why do women feel the need to be accuse men for being creeps just for basic human behaviour/actions? Why do women want certain group of men to not have rights to express themselves?

What do you think about a good percentage of women shamming men for looking at them for a second or two at the gym?
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