Women As Fragile China: Normal Mating And Dating Behavior By Men Now Considered Cause For Police Complaint
I was shocked by all the supposedly equal-to-men female science writers (and some of their indoctrinated male counterparts) who deemed sex talk over lunch by Bora to be "sexual harassment." Which it is not, though few people seem to notice that or question that contention in the slightest. My post on that is here.
They, likewise, found it shocking that I would suggest that women simply need to stand up for themselves. To speak up when they find something uncomfortable and ask that it stop. That to me is normal adult behavior. Or should be. And would be for men -- but now, apparently, we are supposed to hold women to a different, lesser standard, the victim-feminist standard, that says they cannot speak for themselves; they must run to an authority figure to have the person fired or otherwise punished.
Now, Oliver Darcy writes at The Blaze that a woman called the cops -- because she discovered a flirtatious note on her car!
Here's the story from the Cleveland Plain Dealer by Patrick Cooley, which explained that the note included the man's contact information. He lives in the same apartment complex:
The note's author wrote that he had lived in the complex for eight months and had just noticed the woman, according the report. The author wrote that the woman was cute, and he didn't want to wait another eight months to contact her, according to the report.
The woman told police that she didn't want them to contact the note's author because she was afraid that he would become angry or violent, but she wanted the incident documented, the report said.
The woman said she would call police if he tried to contact her again.
And this is the sort of behavior that grows naturally out of the attitudes of the victim-feminists.
Again, women used to demand equal treatment. Now they think nothing of demanding special treatment.
Count. Me. Out.
And any woman who shows any signs of being psychologically co-opted along these lines is to be avoided.