...because you do. You do want double standards.
This shouldn't take too long.
So something I noticed recently
is that most people complain about "double standards," while in the next breath completely ignoring the double standards that they like, because they benefit from them. Example: Guy with a high number complains about a girl he knows who is a hoe, about her putting out to lots of guys *who aren't him.* Not labeled a hoe (or male equivalent, "f--kboy," whatever).
Other example: Girl at bar complains loudly with much consternation about "I make 82 cents to your dollar!", whatever that's supposed to mean, while ignoring the drinks the bartender or guy at a table across the room just bought her for free (this just happened last night).
Other example: Girl complains online about never getting attention... while getting shit tons of attention on every photo she posts, that most guys can only dream about.
Other example: Dude out with friends loudly complains (loudly) about... girls who are loud.
Other example: Guy complains about female comedians sucking for using p-ssy jokes while ignoring all the male comedians who tell d-ck jokes (both are usually lame, to be fair).
Other example: Girl says guys suck for checking out girls while in a relationship; regularly checks out guys while she's in a relationship.
Can't we all just agree that people don't actually want all the equality, in every single aspect of life, that they purport to want whilst in the presence of polite company?
Yes, be polite and decent of course, but also: Be honest.
I'm not even saying I personally disagree with all double standards, because some of them, I don't. Most of them are crap, however. The difference at least between me and many others like me is *at least we're honest and don't complain about double standards in the first place.*
Some of them exist for a reason, and that reason is pretty simple: Boys and girls are different.
Thanks for reading. #doublestandards