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For every girl who was a ‘bitch’ ‘cause she said no to a boy

For every girl who was a ‘slut’ ‘cause she said yes

For every girl who was an object ‘cause she had tits

For every girl who couldn’t wear that ‘cause boys can’t control themselves

For every girl who was ‘asking for it’ ‘cause she wore a short skirt

For every girl who was a ‘prude’ ‘cause she wore a long one

For every girl who was a ‘challenge’ ‘cause she liked other girls

For every girl who was ‘easy’ ‘cause she liked both

For every girl who nobody heard ‘cause she didn’t have a dick (or maybe because she did)

For every girl who everyone ignored ‘cause she was ‘on her period’

For every girl who was ‘fat’ ‘cause she had dessert

For every girl who was ‘anorexic’ ‘cause she didn’t

For every girl who was ‘insecure’ ‘cause she wore make-up

For every girl who was ‘ugly’ ‘cause she didn’t

For every girl who smiled ‘cause she thought she was pretty

For every girl who cried ‘cause she was told she wasn’t;  

Here’s to you.
Please let me know what you think :)

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Critique by A-Wakefield Jan 28, 2014, 12:07:06 PM
Cliches and stereotypes follow many people. What's worse, are the reputations they tend to earn due to those stereotypes and cliches. I applaud you for diligently pointing out to the world that we should look past them. It is important for women to carry confidence and a higher level of self-esteem. It's much easier for them to do, when people like you point out to them that it is okay to just be who they are. This is a magnificent piece of literature. It carries a strong message that is easy to understand. Great form, honest facts, and a healthy attitude! :) Excellent!!
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Some of those piece felt inspired, and some of it fell flat. Even with free-verse poetry I like to see some semblance of rhythm or structure otherwise it's just a bunch of passionate phrases/words that don't really go into conjunction with each other.

"For every girl who was ‘fat’ ‘cause she had dessert

For every girl who was ‘anorexic’ ‘cause she didn’t

For every girl who was ‘insecure’ ‘cause she wore make-up

For every girl who was ‘ugly’ ‘cause she didn’t

For every girl that smiled ‘cause she thought she was pretty

For every girl who cried ‘cause she was told she wasn’t; "


These line are probably my favorite because one part is confirmatory and the other is opposing and it creates quite the little juxtaposition. I like it, it kind of reminds me of flipping a switch on and off in a sense and it makes you think about each statement more deeply. However you didn't really continue to maintain this pattern through out the piece which was disappointing. For example:




"For every girl who was an object ‘cause she had tits

For every girl who couldn’t wear that ‘cause boys can’t control themselves"


Lines like this fit thematically but don't really flow with the poem. I think it would've been better if the line after related more to the first. It's hard to find a statement that goes well to contrasting with objectification, but I think with a little clever wordplay you could do it. Maybe something along the lines of how women who are feminists are often times persecuted or made out to seem "bad" and "challenging quality" because they refuse to be objectified or placed into gender roles.

As far as the diction goes in this poem, I see a lot of the very casual type poetry now days so it's not exactly original. However, I actually see nothing wrong with that because it keeps it easy to relate to for the youth and the current generation. It's no longer the 17th century and as much as I enjoy that era of prose and poetry, convoluted sentences and flashy words are no longer a necessity to create impressive poetry.

The theme of this poem is good. I am always an advocate of things that raise awareness about gender/ racial equality. I absolutely loathe certain things about modern culture (slut-shaming etc.) and you really hit the nail on the head about some of the issues.
I've read some of the comments and a few people seem to be a bit put off by the fact that this poem isn't an all encompassing gender equality piece. I disagree. There is a time and place for everything. Just because a poem (or really any prose piece) doesn't blatantly spell out "equality for all!!" doesn't mean it encourages sexism against the opposite sex, or other races. The point of this piece is to highlight the struggles of WOMEN, and in no way does that trivialize or try to undermine the struggles of men.

Overall this piece is good. When I read it, I could feel the emotion you felt when you wrote this poem -- how could I not? I've felt this way many times before and I'm sure many women have. I did take some points off originality and technique but I explained why above. You have the strong spirit to create more wonderful pieces and I look forward to reading more from you. I hope you continue to improve how you convey messages and keep creating great pieces!
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katkat1234 Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015
For all the sin in world
We always must know
That Somebody suffers
Though it sometimes don't show
But its OK,
It totally fine
Cause sometimes WE don't suffer
When we step out if line
Sometimes we're so focused
On how life is so bleak
We don't see others that suffer
Because they can't speak.
So next time you promote something
That only helps YOU
Remember that there are other lives too.
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HopefulDreamer14 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014
this is amazing! I loved it  and I can relate in ways to it.
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CaptainQuirk Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Thank you.
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
For every girl that has been taught that men don't want "equality"...go f-huhh? wha? oh....

For every girl that was taught by femis to play the victim......go fuc-huh? again?okay....

For every girl who was killed in the middle east, mainly cause they have more shit to worry about then feminism....

Here’s to you I guess.


...say....remember cancer

yeah...let forget about femis and gays for once and talk about cancer, did they find a cure for that yet?

Silly Billy there is no money in a cure,oh hahahahaha

Oh yeah,heheheheheh
......More people dying in 3rd world countries?

Such pain, none of us knows how that feels

yeah....
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Yamiga Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014  Student Writer
Thank you.
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DarkShadeStar Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Student Writer
:(
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Problem?...oh wait, there are problems, IN THE FUCKING WORLD, everybody has them, there "trendy", there "hip", everybody is knee deep in them.
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DarkShadeStar Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Student Writer
woah woah woah! I wasn't dissing you! I was AGREEING. hence the SAD face. sorry!
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No...I'm sorry,I  snapped,sorry
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DarkShadeStar Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Student Writer
it's fine. I feel strongly about thinks too :)
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you :iconbowplz:
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DarkShadeStar Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014  Student Writer
:love: :peace:
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GrumpyOldRossco Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2014
For every girl that was trapped in a oppressive victimisation mode where she has no agency, does not want responsibility and certainly not accountability and is too frail a psyche to put up with any teasing or put downs growing up.........congratulations you may become a Feminist. 

For those women that do not see themselves as life's eternal victims and see that men and boys cop just as much shit...the rest of us welcome you to the human race. 
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Adam-Walker Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014   Writer
If any stereotypes existed I'll kill them.
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Lindsey7618 Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014
I hate stereotypes.
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otherland78 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
interesting what your thoughts are as a girl  i never thought about that in such manner ....

but itīs a smart poem ^^
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Bloorigard2 Featured By Owner May 3, 2014
This is amazing :)
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CorporateRockWhore Featured By Owner May 3, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks! :D
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IndicinaCN Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for writing this :hug: When I was younger, I too felt insecure about myself; but only because I felt like I was doing everything WRONG.

Whenever I saw girls wearing makeup, I would wonder if I should have some on, just so they would accept me. I changed my school bag from a backpack, to a handbag, just so I wouldn't be the "odd one out"

But I grew. I grew in mentality. I grew wiser. And I learnt I shouldn't change myself. Let them laugh. Let them raise eyebrows.

Because they're the insecure ones.
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cattservant Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2014
Straight out!
Straight on!
Thank you
For sharing
Your skill.
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CorporateRockWhore Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
:glomp:
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thank you. not sure what for, cuz I'm not usually the brunt of these, but thank you all the same.
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:hug:
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thank you. not sure what for, cuz I'm not usually the brunt of these, but thank you all the same.
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thank you. not sure what for, cuz I'm not usually the brunt of these, but thank you all the same.
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escapeXyourXfate Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014
Beautiful and so true!
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Thanks! :D

(P.S. Is that the very lovely Andy Biersack I see as your icon?)
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escapeXyourXfate Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014
You're welcome!
Yes it is! ♥ I just saw in your signature that you love BVB!
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escapeXyourXfate Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2014
Nice smiley haha!!
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goldmedalart.deviantart.com/ Your piece has been mentioned here on this journal. Thanks
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Thanks! :D
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What you have said is so very true. 
Thx for writing this.  Here's to you.Heart 
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:hug:
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DLF66 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you. You are not only one of my favorite poets but I believe you have a lot of wisdom. 
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CorporateRockWhore Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you very much! :hug:
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warning89 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014
I'm not much of a poetry girl but I'm loving yours
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Thanks; I'm glad you're liking it! :hug:
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Thank you for writing this, and sorry about all the bums who misinterpreted what you were trying to get accross.
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:hug:
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:D yay! Hugs from a Totoro
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HATE-ME-FOR-MY-MIND Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Professional Artist
I thank the genius behind LCD screens for digitally shielding me from this insecure, pseudo-intellectual collection of blither and ignorance.  

"For every girl who was an object 'cause she had tits"

WE ARE OBJECTS. All people who are sexually attracted to ANYTHING, will look at those things in a sexual way. Are you not sexually attracted to anything? Why are you treating this like it's some social issue that all men are in on? What's the difference between you, and men who also sexualize the instinctively sexual?

"For every girl who couldn't wear that 'cause boys can't control themselves"

What the fuck? Are men just running around raping women who wear revealing clothing? Then why are beaches not the number one rape spot in human history forever and ever until the end of time?

"For every girl who was 'asking for it' 'cause she wore a short skirt"

Girl tries to be sexually attractive, interested guy finds her attractive, suddenly men all around the world are evil misogynists because he feels EXACTLY how she wants him to feel. "But she dresses up nicely for HERSELF, not for MEN!".  Then what are you even trying to say here?

"For every girl who nobody heard 'cause she didn't have a dick"

Why didn't anyone hear her? Is it because she's too busy mumbling and drooling in her own piss after reading your brainwashed garbage? I've never met anyone who ignores someone exclusively because of their sex; besides a few ignorant men and almost every feminist ever.

"For every girl who was ignored 'cause she was 'on her period'"

www.amazon.com/Tampax-Cardboar…

"For every girl who was 'fat' 'cause she had dessert"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieting

"For every girl who was 'insecure' 'cause she wore make-up"

If you were secure with your physical appearance, then why are you painting lies on your face?

"For every girl who cried 'cause she was told she wasn't;"

Your self-esteem is your problem. The words spoken by people with opinions CERTAINLY aren't in the wrong for stating how they feel, regardless of the validity. Also, what are you doing deriving your happiness from how sexually attractive you are to others? You rant and cry about how 'MEN SEXUALIZE EVERYTHING', yet you can be BROUGHT TO TEARS because someone said that you aren't pretty.

"Here's to you."

No.

Painting "Men are evil" on your forehead would give off less of an idea of your insane, mindless agenda, compared to your tampon tethered writings.

You are wrong.
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Nami-no-Hanna Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Mind you, this isn't just about men. Girls call other girls these names on a regular. Take me for example. Every insult on this poem has been spouted at me. I take this personal and you are just tearing it down for the sake of getting attention.

You are just trying to get people to hate YOU by bringing this nonsense here. This is just about occurrences that have happened to many a girl.

So you can take that mess elsewhere. Nobody needs to hate you. Go find a friend or something.
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FTG386 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know I shouldn't feed dem trolls

But, daaaaaang bro! You had to post this three times? You must really like this poem to give it that much attention! LOL!

Thankfully there's a meme to show exactly what you were doing when typing this out
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HATE-ME-FOR-MY-MIND Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Professional Artist
I thank the genius behind LCD screens for digitally shielding me from this insecure, pseudo-intellectual collection of blither and ignorance.  

"For every girl who was an object 'cause she had tits"

WE ARE OBJECTS. All people who are sexually attracted to ANYTHING, will look at those things in a sexual way. Are you not sexually attracted to anything? Why are you treating this like it's some social issue that all men are in on? What's the difference between you, and men who also sexualize the instinctively sexual?

"For every girl who couldn't wear that 'cause boys can't control themselves"

What the fuck? Are men just running around raping women who wear revealing clothing? Then why are beaches not the number one rape spot in human history forever and ever until the end of time?

"For every girl who was 'asking for it' 'cause she wore a short skirt"

Girl tries to be sexually attractive, interested guy finds her attractive, suddenly men all around the world are evil misogynists because he feels EXACTLY how she wants him to feel. "But she dresses up nicely for HERSELF, not for MEN!".  Then what are you even trying to say here?

"For every girl who nobody heard 'cause she didn't have a dick"

Why didn't anyone hear her? Is it because she's too busy mumbling and drooling in her own piss after reading your brainwashed garbage? I've never met anyone who ignores someone exclusively because of their sex; besides a few ignorant men and almost every feminist ever.

"For every girl who was ignored 'cause she was 'on her period'"

www.amazon.com/Tampax-Cardboar…

"For every girl who was 'fat' 'cause she had dessert"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieting

"For every girl who was 'insecure' 'cause she wore make-up"

If you were secure with your physical appearance, then why are you painting lies on your face?

"For every girl who cried 'cause she was told she wasn't;"

Your self-esteem is your problem. The words spoken by people with opinions CERTAINLY aren't in the wrong for stating how they feel, regardless of the validity. Also, what are you doing deriving your happiness from how sexually attractive you are to others? You rant and cry about how 'MEN SEXUALIZE EVERYTHING', yet you can be BROUGHT TO TEARS because someone said that you aren't pretty.

"Here's to you."

No.

Painting "Men are evil" on your forehead would give off less of an idea of your insane, mindless agenda, compared to your tampon tethered writings.

You are wrong.
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midnightsbirth Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Student General Artist
i dont think you're getting some of this
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HATE-ME-FOR-MY-MIND Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014  Professional Artist
I thank the genius behind LCD screens for digitally shielding me from this insecure, pseudo-intellectual collection of blither and ignorance.  

"For every girl who was an object 'cause she had tits"

WE ARE OBJECTS. All people who are sexually attracted to ANYTHING, will look at those things in a sexual way. Are you not sexually attracted to anything? Why are you treating this like it's some social issue that all men are in on? What's the difference between you, and men who also sexualize the instinctively sexual?

"For every girl who couldn't wear that 'cause boys can't control themselves"

What the fuck? Are men just running around raping women who wear revealing clothing? Then why are beaches not the number one rape spot in human history forever and ever until the end of time?

"For every girl who was 'asking for it' 'cause she wore a short skirt"

Girl tries to be sexually attractive, interested guy finds her attractive, suddenly men all around the world are evil misogynists because he feels EXACTLY how she wants him to feel. "But she dresses up nicely for HERSELF, not for MEN!".  Then what are you even trying to say here?

"For every girl who nobody heard 'cause she didn't have a dick"

Why didn't anyone hear her? Is it because she's too busy mumbling and drooling in her own piss after reading your brainwashed garbage? I've never met anyone who ignores someone exclusively because of their sex; besides a few ignorant men and almost every feminist ever.

"For every girl who was ignored 'cause she was 'on her period'"

www.amazon.com/Tampax-Cardboar…

"For every girl who was 'fat' 'cause she had dessert"

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dieting

"For every girl who was 'insecure' 'cause she wore make-up"

If you were secure with your physical appearance, then why are you painting lies on your face?

"For every girl who cried 'cause she was told she wasn't;"

Your self-esteem is your problem. The words spoken by people with opinions CERTAINLY aren't in the wrong for stating how they feel, regardless of the validity. Also, what are you doing deriving your happiness from how sexually attractive you are to others? You rant and cry about how 'MEN SEXUALIZE EVERYTHING', yet you can be BROUGHT TO TEARS because someone said that you aren't pretty.

"Here's to you."

No.

Painting "Men are evil" on your forehead would give off less of an idea of your insane, mindless agenda, compared to your tampon tethered writings.

You are wrong.
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CorporateRockWhore Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
"For every girl who was an object 'cause she had tits"
We aren't objects; we're sentient human beings. An object is inanimate; we are not. There's a difference between objectification and sexual attraction. Objectification is treating someone as just there for your personal enjoyment, as your property. Sexual attraction is appreciating someone's appearance, but remembering they are still a person. Objectification is always wrong. Attraction, obviously, isn't.

"For every girl who couldn't wear that 'cause boys can't control themselves"
I'm not saying that men are "
running around raping women who wear revealing clothing". Do you know how common it is for a girl to be told that she's 'asking for it' because she's wearing a short skirt? Or how many schools/college ban certain articles of clothing for women because they'll 'distract' the male students? It's both men and women who say this kind of thing. 

"For every girl who was 'asking for it' 'cause she wore a short skirt"
My point was that clothing is no excuse for rape, as it is often used as an excuse. 

"For every girl who nobody heard 'cause she didn't have a dick"
Women sometimes don't get taken as seriously as men because of their gender. It's something I've seen and experienced myself.

"For every girl who was ignored 'cause she was 'on her period'"
You linked me to tampons. That has absolutely nothing to do with my point. My point being that when a woman is upset about something, or angry, it is often brushed off as her 'being on her period'. 

"For every girl who was 'fat' 'cause she had dessert"
Again, you've totally missed my point. 

"For every girl who was 'insecure' 'cause she wore make-up"
Because wearing make-up is fun. And a girl shouldn't have to explain why she wears make-up.


"For every girl who cried 'cause she was told she wasn't;"
Going up to someone and purposefully saying something like 'you're not pretty' or laughing at them because of the way they look is bullying and a perfectly valid reason to cry.

"Here's to you." 
I don't think 'men are evil', though. I never once said that.

You need to learn some manners. 





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HATE-ME-FOR-MY-MIND Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014  Professional Artist
"We aren't objects; we're sentient human beings. An object is inanimate; we are not. There's a difference between objectification and sexual attraction. Objectification is treating someone as just there for your personal enjoyment, as your property. Sexual attraction is appreciating someone's appearance, but remembering they are still a person. Objectification is always wrong. Attraction, obviously, isn't."

dictionary.reference.com/brows…    Human beings are objects.  Also, do men just forget that people are people? What do they think they are, then? Potatoes? Why are you trying to micro-manage the thoughts of other people? What happens within the mind of the individual, has nothing to do with any other individual.   Stop trying to force this romanticized separation of objects and people. Nice try, Thought-police.

"I'm not saying that men are "running around raping women who wear revealing clothing". Do you know how common it is for a girl to be told that she's 'asking for it' because she's wearing a short skirt? Or how many schools/college ban certain articles of clothing for women because they'll 'distract' the male students? It's both men and women who say this kind of thing. "

It doesn't matter what people say.  Ignore what they say, or don't.  I agree that it's stupid to ban clothing for any reason, and specifically that one.  But that's their business.

"My point was that clothing is no excuse for rape, as it is often used as an excuse."

What a pompous, presumptuous corollary. Revealing clothing isn't why rape occurs, and there is no excuse for rape. What is your point?

"Women sometimes don't get taken as seriously as men because of their gender. It's something I've seen and experienced myself."

Honestly, if anyone doesn't listen to you, it's probably because of your ignorant feminist ideas. You can't just say something hilariously ignorant and then blame the ignoring of you on your vagina.  Also, feminists are the queens of not taking the other gender seriously.  People can take seriously whoever, and whatever they want.  Who are you to control that?

"You linked me to tampons. That has absolutely nothing to do with my point. My point being that when a woman is upset about something, or angry, it is often brushed off as her 'being on her period'."

I offered you a (convenient) way to deal with that problem in the only fashion that is necessary. If anyone ignores you because of your menstrual cycle, why would you ever associate yourself with them? And again, it's their choice to ignore whatever they'd like.  Just like you ignore basic reasoning.

"Again, you've totally missed my point."

I was about to finish my reply, then I realized that I typed precisely what you did.  If you are fat and you don't want to be, I provided a link to information for a diet.  If you are fat, and you do like it, why do you care what people say about it?  If you're not fat, and people call you fat, all you have to do is assess the truth of their statement, and get on with life.

"Because wearing make-up is fun. And a girl shouldn't have to explain why she wears make-up."

THEN DON'T.  I've actually never heard of someone demanding that a girl explain why they wear make-up.  If it happens, it's rare.  But otherwise, your argument has the density of a coat of foundation.  There is no law stating that you must explain why you put on make-up.  Dramatize harder, please.

"Going up to someone and purposefully saying something like 'you're not pretty' or laughing at them because of the way they look is bullying and a perfectly valid reason to cry."

dictionary.reference.com/brows… Stating opinions is not bullying. "Bullying" is a convenient, political word, used by ignorant teenage philosophers and kiss-less virgin political activists to muzzle free-speech. Does bullying exist?  Sure, but it's primarily physical in nature, in which case can be physical assault, and is wrong.

"I don't think 'men are evil', though. I never once said that."

You don't need to, your mouth-foaming writings do that for you.

"You need to learn some manners."

I'll act in a manner that I find appropriate. I refuse to accept your highly subjective ideas of how a person should act.

Nice try.

You are wrong.
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