Feminism means a lot to me. I've spent my entire life surrounded almost solely by strong, powerful women, and that's something I don't ever intend to change. It's not that I avoid or dislike men which way too many people seem to think is what the word "feminism" means , it's just — women are great, and women's rights are incredibly important to me. So, I definitely wouldn't date a guy who doesn't proudly call himself a feminist, which is why I added "feminists only" to my dating profile. Well, to be specific, I added, "Feminists only but seriously, if one more guy asks me for nudes, I'm done with men.
I Added "Feminists Only" To My Dating App Bio & It Was Mindblowing
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Sure, there have been a few men who have claimed to be allies and peaked my interest since then — I had a two-week fling with a Brit on a work visa and an unexpected romance with an old friend — but nothing has worked out. And when I started connecting the dots, I realized that these men who claimed to support women were often bringing me down the most. You probably know one or 10, if you, like me, went to a woke-obsessed liberal arts college of these self-proclaimed feminists. Or the guys who mansplain mansplaining to you on the first date.
Heck yes! Same pay, same rights, same respect for everybody? Well, I guess a lot of people around the world, but that is a whole other kettle of misogynistic fish. I have to admit, I also like it when a guy goes traditional on a date. When he opens the Uber door for me.