#6: Double Standards

(Taken from “Professional Privilege Checkers Inc.”)

Double Standards
Music video with half naked men dancing:funny
Music video with half naked women dancing:sexist and objectifying
All man’s college:sexist
All woman’s college:empowering
MRA:sexists and rape apologists
Woman checking out a guy and calling him hot:normal
Man checking out a girl and calling her hot:objectifying
Men’s rights:a joke
Woman’s rights:a serious issue
My boyfriend tries to take a bag into a store:sir you have to leave that by the door. We don’t want anyone stealing anything
I try to take my purse into the exact same store:go right ahead miss
Man pays for dinner:What a responsible man, taking care of his girl
Woman pays for dinner:What a horrible man she has, making her pay!
Man calls a woman a slut:Objectifying
Woman calls a man a douche:”You tell ’em, girl!”
Man goes into Victoria’s Secret with his girlfriend:”Ew, pervert, why does he have to be in here, go outside who cares if its raining!” (yeah that actually fucking happened)
Woman goes into a sex store:”Wow so cool, she isn’t afraid to come in here!”
Gay men:gross
Gay women:so fucking hot
Man cries:weakling
Woman cries:she must have broken down, poor dear
Man hits a woman:disgusting sexist pig
Woman hits a man:He must have provoked her
Man rapes a woman:”what a pig! he deserves to die”
Woman rapes a man:”Well, he had an erection, he obviously wanted it. Not rape.
Woman is in the military:”Wow, what a brave courageous girl”
Man is in the military:He must not have been smart enough to do anything else



  1. I completely agree that there are double standards in society. I remember seeing a video not too long ago where a woman was beating up a guy (as part of a social experiment) and everyone just stood and laughed. Yet when they switched roles back everyone was appalled at the man and tried to intervene. If there is supposed to be a fight for equality then it needs to be just that, EQUAL. There was a quote which seems appropriate here, “Women’s rights is about equality, not privilege.”

    Now, let me set the record straight, I have nothing against women’s rights but I don’t think it should be used as an excuse to display hate to men and get what you want. It should be about mutual respect, understanding and caring to one another. If either side acts in the wrong, they should suffer the consequences – no matter what their gender or any other characteristics are. Sorry for my little rant but I just had to let you know I understand and agree with you.

    Great posts by the way, keep up the hard work and I look forward to seeing more from you 😀

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