Feminism at it’s best


Hello, dear readers! Today I decided to step on everyone’s fingers and talk about FEMINISM. Because that’s apparently a pretty important topic and my mind went like “Heyyyyy let’s go piss off some people today!!”.

Let’s move on to important parts and do a bit of reading on what a feminist is. But before we do that, I’d like to point out that I’m a FEMALE and some particular feminists that are taking over the globe really annoy me.

Anyway as a faulty student, I asked Wikipedia for help and found out that: Feminism is a range of movements and ideologies that share a common goal: to define, establish, and achieve equal political, economic, cultural, personal, and social rights for women. This includes seeking to establish equal opportunities for women in education and employment. A feminist advocates or supports the rights and equality of women.

Amazing! Don’t you think? But any time I get encountered by a feminist, I can’t help but to ask “What about guys?” I mean yeah, everything is nice and pretty as long as you don’t look at the big picture. Yes! Females were and in some places still ARE looked down to and abused and they lived through everything bad that could possibly happen to them, but guess what? Guys did too… However that’s not today’s topic (yes I will actually make a post on that topic somewhere in the near future.), so let’s move on the point.

I wanted to talk about those annoying over their head and abusive feminists. Why? Well because as a female specimen, I often feel threatened by females and not so often by males… To clear this out, please read a snipplet of my day.

I went to a library and as an intelligent person that I am I had a bag with me, so I could carry my books around in the most comfortable matter possible. And as I walked out of the library I was nice enough to hold the door for the girl behind me. She had this huge pile of books in her hands and it looked like she will drop them any second. So yeah, I held the door for her and instead of you know, just walking through the door, she stopped and stared at me saying “You know I’m an independent woman, perfectly capable of opening the door for myself.”.

And as the not so nice person anymore, I let go of the door right after she started walking so she got smacked in the face.

For me holding the door is something I find polite and do it for everyone, old, young, men, women, grannies and grandpas, kiddos and teens. It’s just something I do and I do not appreciate being bitched at, by some pretentious teen, who thinks she has the world in her paws, just because she’s a member/supporter of something.

In that case dear feminists, or better said dear people. If someone helps you or do something nice for you. Please feel obligated to shut your pie hole, or if you have to say something, say “Thank you”, instead of bitching at the person who tried to help you. Helping one another should be imbedded into your common sense, life would be so much better. And by that I mean simple helping one another and not using one another for the benefits we can gain.

At this point I’d like to point out that I am not against feminists or any other ideological group, for that matter. I’m just against people being bitchy because they can’t use their head and figure out that sometimes, some people are actually just being nice without looking down on you. I mean are you REALLY that paranoid?

I hope I made it clear that this is NOT a post against feminists, or for feminists. It’s simply a post about poor attitude of a person who happened to be a feminist. Guess what? Not all feminists are bitchy…. Shocker.


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5 thoughts on “Feminism at it’s best

  1. You’ve been too kind to just close the door, I’d have made her drop the books. I’m polite and kind to almost everyone, people like this get the worst out of me. She’s clearly not as independent as she thinks she is if she has to point it out just because someone held the door for her, it’s like she needs recognition that she is independent.

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  2. I don’t think this a matter of feminsim but a matter of personality, she was rude but not because she was a feminist for saying she was an independent woman capable of blah, blah, she was rude because she might be like that.

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