I Asked 13 Women For The Most Misogynistic Thing A Man Has Said To Them, And There Are Some Garbage 'Men' Out There

I Asked 13 Women For The Most Misogynistic Thing A Man Has Said To Them, And There Are Some Garbage 'Men' Out There

It's time to start thinking about if what you're saying to other women would make you mad if someone said the same thing about your mother, your sister, your cousin, etc.


Definition of misogyny: The hatred and prejudice against women.

As women, we deal with many hurtful and ludicrous comments from men. This occurs in the workplace, at social events, and even in passing on the streets. Thank you to the women who shared their stories of the comments that have been made to them. I hope that this is eye-opening for not just men, but for other women as well (Yes, women can be misogynistic towards one another) and that we can all learn to treat each other as equals.

These responses will really anger you:

1. Mr. Money Bags

"A dude I was dating told me he couldn't be with me because he doesn't want to have to financially support someone who is in social work... He didn't want to have to 'Carry the weight in the relationship.'"

2. The lawsuit waiting to happen, pt. 1

"The summer after I completed my first year of law school, my legal internship supervising attorney told me that I sounded like a valley girl. I've also had older male attorneys comment on my hair and relating it to my prospects for marriage."

3. The deadbeat

"My son's father told me he shouldn't owe me support because I make more. He's still the child's father! My son has been in my care 95% of his life. We both created our son and he requires care that both parents should be responsible for despite who makes more or less?! Right?"

4. The last thing you'd want to smile at

"I was told by a male I didn't know 'You should smile more.' It wasn't said in a nice, playful manner either. The way I took it is that by not smiling as big or often as he wanted me to, I was making him uncomfortable, which I think has misogynistic undertones because its as though men believe women are placed on this Earth to make them feel good about themselves or give them something pleasant to look at... which of course, is ridiculous."

5. The f*ckboy parade

"As someone who decided to save sex for the right person, I've had a lot of guys be assholes because of it. I've had guys say stupid shit such as, 'I honestly just want to be f*ck buddies, so it's not going to work out' and 'Sorry, my body count is high, I'm just really good at what I do. 'One person sent me a Snapchat video of himself masturbating and asked me to do the same for him. WE WEREN'T EVEN AN ITEM! So many guys just think they're entitled to your body and that is exactly why I was a virgin until I was 21."

6. The boy in uniform

"Five minutes after I told him I was raped, my ex (who was deployed at the time) told me I was 'selfish and inconsiderate' for not feeling comfortable sexting him."

7. The lab partner

"Pretty girls usually aren't smart enough to be doctors" — Microbiology lab partner

8. The cyberbully

"When one of my exes broke up with me, he had all his friends cyber attack me telling me to 'Kill myself,' 'Life would be better without you in it,' 'You'll never do better than him,' and 'He never loved you anyway.' They did this via Facebook status updates and texts messages."

9. "You're actually smart?"

"I used to work at Twin Peaks and I had customers ask me my major and once I told them it was bioengineering, they looked at me and said, 'Oh... you're actually smart? But you're a blonde and work at Twin Peaks?'"

10. The classic sexist

"A woman's place is in the kitchen."

11. Dating = you're a whore, obviously

"One guy called me a dating whore because of the fact that I've been on a few dates in my life"

12. The hot flash

"About 10 years ago at work, I said I was hot, I don't remember if it was summer, whatever, and one of the younger males who worked with me at the time said to me, 'Are you having a hot flash?'"

13. The lawsuit waiting to happen, pt. 2

"I worked at the Board of Education. One guy called my desk phone and said it's illegal for me to wear a skirt because my legs were so sexy."

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There's a huge difference between being modest while breastfeeding and just being straight up careless, trashy and disrespectful to those around you. Why don't you try popping out a boob without a baby attached to it and see how long it takes for you to get arrested for public indecency? Strange how that works, right?

So many people talking about it bring up the point of how we shouldn't "sexualize" breastfeeding and seeing a woman's breasts while doing so. Actually, all of these people are missing the point. It's not sexual, it's just purely immodest and disrespectful.

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If I'm eating in a restaurant, I would be disgusted if the person at the table next to me had their bare feet out while they were eating. It's just not appropriate. Neither is pulling out your breast for the entire general public to see.

Nobody asked you to put a blanket over your kid's head to feed them. Nobody asked you to go feed them in a dirty bathroom. But you don't need to basically be topless to feed your kid. Growing up, I watched my mom feed my younger siblings in public. She never shied away from it, but the way she did it was always tasteful and never drew attention. She would cover herself up while doing it. She would make sure that nothing inappropriate could be seen. She was lowkey about it.

Mindblowing, right? Wait, you can actually breastfeed in public and not have to show everyone what you're doing? What a revolutionary idea!

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Cover up. Be modest. Be mindful. Be respectful. Don't want to see my boobs? Good, I don't want to see yours either. Hard to believe, I know.

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Gender Roles Are So Old Fashioned And Society Needs To Get Over It

I'm sick of people associating gender and sex roles to individuals.


I'm going to get right to the point with this article. I hate gender stereotypes. For a man or for a woman. They're stupid. They're getting more stupid when you include sex and race in them too.

The other night I am with my friends in the car. Two of them are women and dating each other. They start telling stories about how when they're out in public how much judgment they get more dating each other. In a society so open now, how could people judge these woman for being together? Well, that wasn't the end of their story. They said they actually get people that come up to them and say "Hun, well neither one of you look like the manlier one." "Who is the male and who is the female?"

So hold on a damn second. Are you telling me that in relationships now in this 21st century progressive society where we protest everything, write our opinions on basically anything (including myself right now), can identify as anything. Do we still need to have stereotypical gender roles in relationships? No, no, NO.


I just want to get the word out there. Stereotypes are gone now. The older generation of stereotypes should be demolished. We have gotten so far, how are people still assuming and expecting this.

I'll start with the men. Men do not need to be a "stereotypical man." Frankly, that turns off a lot of women Mr. Manly Men out there. A woman doesn't want her man to not tell us how we feel or shut us out or down. We want men to be open and compassionate. We like sensitive. Hell, I do. This goes for all genders. You shouldn't feel emasculated for crying about something sad.

You shouldn't feel less like a man for caring about your appearance or fashion. This doesn't make you "a woman" or "make you have a vagina." Offensive terms I hear constantly that need to be thrown away. I am a woman and I have a vagina, does that automatically make me not strong, overly sensitive and emotional.

As a woman, I find it incredibly offensive that men still feel the need to help me. I was parallel parking into a spot at Downtown, West Palm Beach. I am with a friend, doing perfectly fine. This man is walking about, he sees my parking and feels the need to stop what he is doing and waves his hands back to tell me how to park.

How much further I need to go when to stop and keep going. SIDE NOTE: I am an excellent parker. I do not mean to toot my own horn, but TOOT TOOT. I don't need anyone to show me and tell me how to park! I yell to this man out of my window as nice as possible "I don't need the help, thank you." But he continues to move. It was aggravating! If you're going to count stereotypes, I have been a better parker than all the men I've been with and better than I lot of guy friends I know.


I know how to park, I know how to shop for myself, I can go on appointments alone, I can cook, I can bartend, I am intelligent. I do not need anyone, man or woman to assist me.

Little stereotypes like that really piss me off. Whether a man cares about fashion and is labeled as gay. A man crying over a sad movie and that makes him sensitive like a woman. A woman being strong and wearing more masculine clothing and that makes them a horrible word that I refuse to type out, but I hope you understand the word I'm implying. Just because two men are dating each other or two women, a stereotype shouldn't fall on them to dress and act a certain way.

Just because I am a woman, the stereotype of me cooking and cleaning and not knowing how to do simple task shouldn't be a stereotype anymore. I bleed once a month for a week and can do the same task as a man and better. Any woman can. And lastly, a man shouldn't be made fun of for doing anything "not masculine" and then be insulted by being called a pussy, vagina, girl, or woman. It's absurd. I am extremely sick of these gender stereotypes that then affect sex, race, and other stereotypes.

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