No, Really. Stop Doing This.

THIS.

Men all over the world.  Just. Stop.

When you are told “no”, treat it like a complete sentence.  Be sad about it, sure, but it’s not the woman’s fault that your feelings are hurt, so taking it out on them makes you look and sound like a fucking jerk.

No, she don’t want your number
No, she’s not going give you hers
And no, she’s not gonna meet you nowhere,
No, so drop all those nasty slurs

No, she don’t want your dick
A dick is somebody who is acting like just you
Yelling at her back, “You whore” because you didn’t score
Who gives a single fuck about you….

…wow, Sudden Parody Syndrome. I should get that looked at.

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8 thoughts on “No, Really. Stop Doing This.

  1. 1

    Or, in the words of preeminent feminist philosopher Meghan Trainor:

    My name is “No”
    My sign is “No”
    My number is “No”
    You need to let it go
    You need to let it go
    Need to let it go
    “Nah” to the “Ah” to the “No”, “No”, “No”

  2. 3

    Ok, ladies, does that pushy-asshole routine ever work? Does any women ever turn a no to a yes because some man goes full-asshole on you? In my college days, I saw lots of men try it, but never saw it succeed, and the rest of us laughed at them. (In retrospect, we should have done more than laugh. I didn’t have daughters then.)

    Never fold, but if you must, memorize the local police department number. If taking a call from an asshole for you isn’t “protecting and serving” you, I don’t know what is.

    1. 3.1

      Just some friendly advice: Don’t give women advice about how to avoid pushy fuckers like these.

      Calling the police won’t work; some cat callers ARE police and the rest won’t take your complaint seriously.

      I’ve been there. Trust me. Trust us.

      1. “Just some friendly advice: Don’t give women advice about how to avoid pushy fuckers like these.”

        Fair enough.

        Calling the police won’t work; some cat callers ARE police and the rest won’t take your complaint seriously.

        Of course you are right, calling the cops would be a waste of your time. I just suggested having their number on had as a decoy for the times you couldn’t kick him in the balls.

        I’ve been there. Trust me. Trust us.

        I do, but I come here for perspectives I can’t get by just thinking. I hope to get smarter, but I can’t play ball with nobody to throw it back at me.

  3. 4

    I suspect that g2 at #3 was implying that one should give them the number of the local police station instead of one’s own number. However, I can see how their comment could easily come across as “Well why didn’t you just [bullshit nonsense].”

    People should still take it as a given that the people who know best how to deal with systemic bullshit are the people who live with it continually.

  4. 5

    People should still take it as a given that the people who know best how to deal with systemic bullshit are the people who live with it continually.

    In the short term, yes. In the long term, changing social norms so that this behavior is not acceptable will take more than the women who deal with it dealing with it. Boys need to grow up to be different than their fathers. We’re working on it in the middle school were I teach, but it’s slow going. (Yeah, we deal with sexual harassment in middle school. Disciple and required counseling for offenders, state-required investigation of allegations, audits of how we handle allegations. I’m not complaining, it’s brought focus to problems that have long been ignored.)

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