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mansplaining to its highest degree

23 days ago 327

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  • destiny_s_0410
    All the comments in here saying the woman could’ve told the man he interrupted her in a more polite way... but like he interrupted her?? Maybe he could’ve put in his point in a more polite way? Why’s it the woman’s fault when she calls him out? - 8 days ago
  • a.sad.lads.poetry
    @a.trans.gals.poetry of course, just like with any issue, it isn't only men who do this, however, there are significantly more men than women who do it, in mine, and many others' experiences - 9 days ago
  • a.sad.lads.poetry
    @ssanfu__ it's not based by someone's sex/gender, it's based by the fact that men, for years, have been conditioned into thinking that women are inferior in every way, causing many to feel the need to explain something that a woman may clearly know, to them due to a belief that they are inherently "stupid" - 9 days ago
  • lilizzivertjr
    Tbh this is true but i hate the word mansplaining. i’ve heard annoying ass girls do this and i think even though this entitlement is more common in men, women can be just as obnoxious. attributing it to one gender makes it seem less impactful when women do it. - 9 days ago
  • johnpizzapasta
    @sl1pnsl1de the original post didn't say that though and making any sort of argument for either side is stupid. They're both biased assholes accusing the other of being more rude - 9 days ago
  • c_shady02
    @furbyclown he adds more to the topic - 13 days ago
  • furbyclown
    @c_shady02 he literally explained her own post to her.... are you serious....? - 13 days ago
  • cokebwi
    @gay_day17 sis shouldn’t you have learned how to properly argue and get your point across without being racist by now?? - 14 days ago
  • abecks_finsta
    @weebalert I actually agree with you on that point but me personally I don’t think we should let it get to us or make a big deal out of something that shouldn’t be - 14 days ago
  • weebalert
    @abecks_finsta I'm personally not a fan of 'extremist' feminism, or properly misandry. Which is the hatred of men. However some actions that we all do have connotations. Me as a female expecting a male to be unfeeling/not allowed to express they're emotions/feelinds adequately is sexist. A male expecting a female to not speak up for or defend themselves is also sexist. I feel that it is important for both genders to point out gender based issues. Both genders have the capacity to be sexist, something many people forget to acknowledge. (Also my profile is a pic of me being a meme so mood) - 14 days ago
  • abecks_finsta
    @weebalert everyone nowadays have experienced sexism both male and females hell labeling it as mansplaining is sexism in my opinion and in my opinion this type of feminism just makes the problem worse making it look like men are being sexist for doing something both genders do and also making a problem out of something that most people just brush off ( also plz excuse my profile pic this is my finsta account) - 14 days ago
  • turbunrex
    @wiisportsss Yeah I suppose. Like I said that’s just how I would approach the situation. Everyone is free to respond to it how they wish. Saying that someone interrupted you isn’t rude but in that moment it may come across as rude to the person who interrupted. I just overthink about how people react to different tones and wording when conversing u know😅 - 14 days ago
  • wiisportsss
    I think it's just common decency to listen to someone when they call you out for doing something wrong, even if you don't feel that you did. Judging someone because they called you out is just plain immaturity. - 14 days ago
  • weebalert
    @abecks_finsta that's your experience and certainly valid, it's injecture however is very similar to another issue, a directly contradictory remark in order to derail a point (also a logical fallacy). Please allow other people to share their experiences as well. These women in the comments along with myself have experienced sexism within a conversation. If you'd like to start a conversation on the issues pertaining the male image and the effects it has on communication I'd be more than happy. - 14 days ago
  • wiisportsss
    @wiisportsss true but*** woops - 14 days ago
  • wiisportsss
    @turbunrex true getting straight to the point and just saying "hey you interrupted me" isn't rude per say. It's just speaking up quickly before the chance is lost. - 14 days ago
  • abecks_finsta
    @weebalert really cause I tend to get interrupted by women more than men usually - 14 days ago
  • weebalert
    @abecks_finsta don't want to blame men for my problems. However a disproportionate amount of women have experienced sexism within a conversation. You are accurate in stating that both men and women are interrupted, however the magnitude is the difference. - 14 days ago
  • turbunrex
    @wiisportsss it doesn’t have to be. - 14 days ago
  • wiisportsss
    @turbunrex that sounds nice but it's unrealistic. - 14 days ago
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