But that isn't necessarily true for other young women who are sent this vitriol.
And since I have a platform here at First of all, the statement that I have no credibility as a human being is simply false. And if you don't think it's funny, that's just fine with me. Third, using a crass word for female genitalia as an insult shows class and maturity, and also shows me just how much you value women. I am very close with the men in my life and I adore them.
You're not funny and your (sic) not original; you're cunty and have nothing to offer to the conversation. You seem like every other misandrist, who invarably (sic) never experienced any hardship or legit discrimination. At first, I tried to shake it off, but that was pretty much impossible.
You probably crap out solipsistic, totally uninspiring shit for xojane.. I wondered why the heck anyone would think it's okay to send a message like this.
I am a very open person, so I mention on my profile that I work in media, am a feminist (I believe in the systematic, social and economic equality of the sexes) and that I am a nerd (I like pop culture and stuff).
I also wrote that you should message me, "If you're not a f*ckboy." If a guy can laugh at that, then we're one step closer to getting along.
This smokescreen gives them even more "power" than they already have.
That anonymity means that they face next to no repercussions for their hurtful, caustic words.
But I've also gotten other kinds of messages that directly address my character.
But when men have the additional protection of distance and anonymity, they're allowed to say things they'd never say to a woman's face.