By tlm84 / Monday 28 July 2014 02:54 / United States - Fitchburg
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  Welshite  |  39

1: The OP said they were being gross about her.

2: I know of not one woman (or man) who appreciates being turned into little more than a tool of sexual gratification.

3: Everyone deserves respect, regardless of gender. This includes a person's body.


If a woman has to be "pretentious" to avoid sexual objectification then so be it. Just like if men have to be single because they can't tell the difference between a compliment and harassment then so be it.

  stargirl_95  |  24

Sorry 13 but I'm not buying it. I don't know any woman who would be flattered at being objectified by two sleezeballs when she's just trying to do her shopping. On the off chance that you do know women like that just know that they are in the minority and there's nothing pretentious about a woman not being flattered by objectification

  tbro47  |  23

Girls say they don't want to be objectified then choose to date the one asshole that treats them like property or some kind of trophy instead of the guy that they friend zone. The. They complain endlessly about how they can't find a guy who treats them well. Thumb me down I've said my piece.

  DrownedMyFish  |  18

There is nothing wrong with admiring a nice ass.

Just keep your thoughts to yourself when you do it. Most women don't take it as a compliment when you start talking out loud, saying gross things about them.

  mageepaigeee44  |  15

The friend zone was created by a bunch of ASSHOLES who think being friends with a girl automatically earns them the right to date them. If you're bringing up the friend zone, then I'm sorry but you're one of the assholes you're referring to.

  Zebediabolical  |  36

I know plenty of women who enjoy and even get sexual gratification from being objectified by men. Some by other women. That being said, it's generally behind closed doors or from specific people while outside. Even they don't like it much from random people on the street.

  shesaywha  |  19

The thing I find funny is that taking about someone's body is exactly the same as taking about someone's personality, and I hear women bitching about people all the time. I also keep hearing women going on about how hot actors/famous people are but as soon as a man does it everyone flips their shit. It's ridiculous.

  Setareh23  |  34

It's especially disrespectful because when OP turned around to tell them specifically that she did NOT like it (so they knew damn well she wasn't one of the very few women who like it), they just gave jackass excuses without even the hint of an apology.

  mageepaigeee44  |  15

No, you can be a misogynist by making a sexist comment or through ignorance. You don't have to strongly dislike women to be a misogynist. Also I am a feminist and the fact that you accuse me of being a feminist in a negative light further shows how misogynist you are.