Girls dating inferior men
If you want to make sure that a guy you're interested in respects women as human beings and doesn't think of us as delicate, emotional little flowers, be on the lookout for these signs.
There's a long-standing double standard about powerful women in the workplace, who are often called "bossy" or "bitchy" while male bosses are lauded for being "tough" or "firm." Sexism in the workplace is an issue for Millennials, too, and if a guy seems put-off because his boss is a woman, he clearly has some issues to work out.
Kylie doesn't wear makeup for you." The alcohol might have made me a little vicious, but I don't regret it at all.
Sure, this guy is Southern and maybe hasn't been exposed to feminism as much as most guys I'm used to, but that's no excuse for ignorance and I wanted to give him a feminist education ASAP if we were going to keep dating.
If a man doesn't respect a woman's right to choose what to do with her own body, then that's a serious issue.
Sure, you yourself might be pro-life, but at the end of the day, it's your body and a man who is so quick to ascribe his ideals onto the bodies of women clearly doesn't understand that women's reproductive rights are just that — women's.