My dad said I was acting like a “b” word because I was ignoring a man and it hurt my feelings. Was he right?

I’m hurt. I came to my dad because it could have possibly not been that big of a deal but I didn’t want to take any chances. This guy sent me flowers to my job and we talked for a bit. I liked him but he ghosted me after a while. I had asked him if he was still interested and he said yes then just ghosted after a while. He tried to reconnect later on but I wasn’t interested. If I didn’t respond he would act entitled and upset. Eventually his behavior was starting to scare me. I’m not saying the guy was a creep 100% without a doubt. But I HAVE been stalked before. I HAVE been followed before. I HAVE had men insult me because I wasn’t interested. I HAVE had men who mistreated me act entitled and surprised that I was no longer interested and resort to crazy antics. It’s scary. I told my dad because since he sent me flowers I just wanted to make sure my father knew that I was a little worried about the guy knowing where I work. I told my dad the situation and he basically said women are mean for ignoring men and that I was being mean. I reminded my dad he ghosted me first. Then he said I was being mean to assume he was a creep. I reminded my dad that everytime a man harassed or hurt me in the past he would get mad that I hadn’t told him about it sooner or noticed signs and since I was telling him I expected him to support or understand me. Instead he went on about how mean women are to ignore guys and treat men like creeps. It hurt because this guy ghosted ME. Then he is acting entitled because he wants to talk again and I don’t want to anymore. I didn’t harass or question him for the 3 months that he ghosted me. I didn’t curse him out or question him, I just let him go even though I did genuinely like him at first. So the fact that he is acting damn near angry at me when it’s HIS fault that I’m no longer interested is scary.

My dad said I was acting like a “b” word because I was ignoring a man and it hurt my feelings. Was he right?
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