Quickies

Quickies: Bees, bras, and confidence

Amanda

Amanda works in healthcare, is a loudmouthed feminist, and proud supporter of the Oxford comma.

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    1. One of my favorite meme cartoons right now is “Not All Man”, a superhero who shows up just to remind you that Not All Men Are Like That™. Oh, he won’t help you in any way, but it’s important to know that Not All Men Are Like That™.

  1. “Not all men”.
    The only time I ever hear women make generalizations about men is in the midst of a break up. “Men are such cheaters!” or “You can’t trust men!” Every other “generalization” that I’ve heard in actual life is preceded by some qualifier (“some men” or “the guys I date …”)
    And I think, “Well, that’s like the fourth guy who dumped her or cheated on her. She’s feeling terrible. Now is probably not a good time to shift the conversation over to me and how I don’t cheat.” In those cases, I can usually suppress my “Not all Men!” instinct without difficulty. That’s just good sense and courtesy.
    On the other hand, when Ragu makes commercials about how men can’t cook or perform as parents in the absence of a woman, the dormant “Not all Men!” volcano in me suddenly erupts.
    (Although, my vocal chords often render it as “Fuck off! You’re part of the problem.”)

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