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Women Disagree With 30 Actions Men Think Are OK

Article was originally published on our site thedailyday.com

Saying, 'If I were X years younger'

Men who make such comments usually think nothing of it, but the young girls who start hearing such "compliments" as soon as they hit puberty can feel objectified and unsafe.

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Saying, 'If I were X years younger'

This post got a lot of reactions from people who thought the man in this case had been inappropriate in so many ways - the age issue, the race issue, and also the nature of his relationship with the local women when he was an occupying force.

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Telling them to smile

This comment got more than 11,000 upvotes, so it's pretty clear this is a man's behavior that bothers a lot of women. Many of them shared their ways of dealing with the situation, like "grinning maniacally" or replying with, "my dog just died."

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One user said a coworker once told her to smile, and she said, "Say something funny!" and he was "REALLY embarrassed (maybe a little offended?)." We like this one.

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Restricting their movements

Several women shared their stories related to this issue, and it's amazing to hear that some men will restrict a woman's movements and not even realize they're being scary.

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The solution for when a guy is doing that and isn't letting go, according to one user, is simple - "I straight up start to scream. You wanna hold me down and overpower me? Enjoy the consequences."

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Asking them for a 'proof of relationship'

This woman said men "daring" her to kiss her girlfriend in front of them to "prove" they're in a relationship is a disgusting daily occurrence, and we feel bad for her, but also, we're not surprised.

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Imagine the size of the ego of a man who thinks he's entitled to a "proof of relationship." As someone else commented, "Why do you need to prove anything to them?"

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Telling them how much makeup to wear

In this episode of "Did I Ask For Your Opinion?" we have men who think it's ok to walk up to women they barely know and tell them how much makeup they should be wearing.

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Those men may think that telling a woman she's "too beautiful for all that makeup" is a compliment, but that's a backhanded compliment at best, according to the women on the Reddit thread.

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Touching them to see their tattoos

It's hard to believe anyone would think it's ok to move a woman's piece of clothing, like her tank top strap or even her bra strap without her permission just so they could see her tattoo.

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This woman said it's happened though, and not only once - several men have done it to her, actually. Other women shared similar stories and it's disgusting.

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Telling them how big things are for a woman

Some men have a lot of opinions about how a woman should dress, talk, walk, drive, and even eat, and they're more than happy to share their thoughts with whoever is willing (or not) to listen to them.

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A commenter on the Reddit thread said she wished men would stop telling her how "big" things are for a woman - for instance, "that's a big truck for a little girl," or even "that's a big sandwich."

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Flirting with them in a position they can't leave

This commenter used the word "terrifying" to describe a situation that happens quite often and that more men should be aware of - flirting with women in a position they can't leave.

Flirting with them in a position they can't leave

Several other women shared examples of situations where they felt scared during the ride and after - especially if the driver dropped them off at home. In one case, the woman could see that the driver sat outside her house for 10 minutes, and she had to call a friend to come over because she didn't feel safe alone.

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Using their credit card info to find them on social media

This woman said it was creepy when men used her credit card receipts to look her up online and try to add her on social media, and some other person claimed it was double standards.

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His "logic" was that it's "about the same thing as looking a guy up on the internet prior to your date? Yet women do that constantly," but is absolutely not the same thing, is it? Looking up something you've agreed to see, versus a random person off the street using your info to find out about you?

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Following them around after they've shown no interest

Putting on headphones on a plane is the international sign for "I don't want to keep talking to you," but some people don't get the message.

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This woman said a guy sitting next to her on a plane not only ignored her first sign, but also asked for her phone number (she declined), and then kept following her around the airport, trying to walk her to her connecting flight.

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Touching their hair without their permission

This got so many replies with women sharing their own experiences, the original commenter later edited it, adding, "Seems like it's people with curly hair, coloured hair, long hair, no hair and facial hair all suffering together here!"

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One woman who used to dye her hair all kinds of colors said one time a man even put a piece of her hair in his mouth and commented it didn't taste like the cotton candy it looked like.

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Continuously pushing for a date after being rejected

Several people blamed pop culture for this one, and they have a point. How many times have we watched movies and sitcoms retelling the story that if the guy just tries hard enough, he'll eventually get the girl?

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It's become ingrained in people's minds that when a girl says "no," the brave protagonist just needs to keep trying, because she actually wants to say yes - she's just not aware of it yet.

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Making inappropriate comments when they're pregnant

Making inappropriate comments is always, well, inappropriate, but doing so towards women who are pregnant is just extra vile. Not cool. Not cool at all.

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According to this woman, since she got pregnant, the comments from her male friends have been getting cruder than ever, and the worst part is that they'll use those words as if they were a compliment, and even say them in front of her mother.

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Article was originally published on our site thedailyday.com

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