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Re: #banbossy

Guys get called patriarchal, oppressive, domineering, overbearing, authoritarian, dictatorial, cocky, demanding, draconian, brutal and conceited; stuffed shirts, hard-assed, iron-fisted, and heavy-handed... but that's all okay right? Just as long as when girls act the same way that gets guys so labeled, they don't get called bossy. Because as we have learned, to feminists, things that happen to both sexes only matter when they happen to women and girls. Then they're an excuse to dictate everyone else's rights. But that's not bossy, is it?

1 comment:

Canadian MGTOW said...

awesome points!

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