AnimeArtist29
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Just girls.
Maybe it's just the immaturity of others, or just the male-dominated minds, but I've been hearing way too much disrespectful remarks towards women.

Now, I'm not sexually attracted to them, but that doesn't mean I feel sympathy for them when there's a whole fraction of society that attacks their dignity.

Because there are girls out there, I know, who are so much more intelligent and more powerful than most of the boys I walk past at school. When boys continuously indicate that all girls know is the Starbucks menu and how to dress, and all they can do is give guys a good time and take selfies and n***s.

Usually, there is the case that a girl may fit the exact description, but I'm referring to the women that are being stereotyped for that fabrication when they are influential, confident intellectuals.

My friend has had to deal with this kind of issue, where there's rumors spread about her being "easy", when she's literally the most preservative, philosophical human being I've ever known. The account that I've attained from her issue, was that she supposedly hangs out with too many boys. Yet, I remember her telling me that she realizes she does, and only because she friended them for being very interesting, relatable people, and not just as men. Also for the fact that she's kind of rough and not wholly ladylike. This makes me question the kind of people that make up these idiotic rumors.

Then there's the dispute that if women hang out with too many girls, she's a stereotypical girl. If she hangs out with too many boys, she's a whore. So there's basically no balance, when judging a woman based on the overall gender of her peers.

Anyways, I can't exactly explain how this topic angers me furthermore. So if you find yourself judging someone and spreading rumors, I only ask that you be conscious about it and please think again. The people on this planet is just as human as you, and their social behavior isn't something to be judged. The only matters that should be judged is a person's crimes, not their appearance and personality.