It’s so hard being a girl. We have to pretty, we have to be skinny, we have to be smart enough to get a good job, we have to be nice to our boyfriends and we can’t lose our temper. We must do all of the above effortlessly AND at the same time, we are expected to not obsess over our looks,(still) be paid less than men and be independent but still manage to have a loving relationship with our significant other. Guys on the other hand, can just roll out of bed in the morning, start screaming about how much they hate everyone and they’ll still be “just a guy”. Meanwhile if one of us girls did something like that, we’d be “THAT crazy b****”.
May 27, 2012
[…] that are planted in our heads by television, the internet, magazines and newspapers. These problems consist of lack of self-esteem, feeling overwhelmed, depression, eating disorders and suicide. […]
May 31, 2012
[…] DRESSING PROMISCUOUSLY- Imagine this: you see a group of girls at a party wearing tight,low cut shirts and miniskirts. What do you think to yourself? If you’re a guy, would you go talk to one of those girls versus a girl wearing a t-shirt and jeans when looking for a quick booty call? (If you’re a girl, read the next bullet point, also read my post on #girlproblems.) […]