(Disclaimer: I am a woman and I do understand the complications we face that men do not.) this morning I read an article of yours on snapchat called “ten invalid complaints men should not be allowed to have”. The author stated that man should not be allowed to say “my feet hurt” or “this shirt is itchy” just because the author believes women have it far worse. That’s the equivalent of telling someone they cannot say “i’m hungry”, because people in third world countries have it far worse. It’s articles like these that give feminists, like myself, a bad name. Anyone should be allowed to complain about what they wish as long as it is not attacking another’s personal choice. There are plenty of other examples you could’ve used in this article that would make perfect sense, and if you had maybe I wouldn’t be here today, but to think you’ve stooped so low that [censor]ting on men for verbalising their thoughts about uncomfortable clothing is just atrocious.
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