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Comment du Jour: Hold My Bag While I Do the Heavy Lifting


"You can carry my bags and objectify me occasionally. I'm cool with that. I can think for myself though."

tlsgirl responds to AskMen.com's "relationship correspondent" and her list of feminist demands she thinks women really want men to ignore. It seems most readers took issue with her claim that women don't want to think for themselves.

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tlsgirl tlsgirl 6 years
Yay! I don't know how I missed this at work earlier today, 'cause it totally would have brought a midday smile. Thanks Tres!
heatherhas heatherhas 6 years
Meh. I can carry my own bags/boxes. I'm over waiting around for guys to do stuff that I can easily do myself. Most guys don't have enough situational awareness to offer to carry them anyways.
Pistil Pistil 6 years
The only thing that bothered me about the article, was the fact that it uses feminism as a bad word. Not all feminists are extremist, non-arm-pit-shaving amazons who can't appreciate chivalry, common courtesy, a compliment, and a dinner date. Yeah, there's going to be hell to pay if my boyfriend tells me I look nice today.
chloe-bella chloe-bella 6 years
Loved tlsgirl's comment. However, I went back and read the actual article, and the example given was something to the effect of how women say they want to think for themselves, but sometimes they want to come home after a long day of work and have their husband choose where to go for dinner. How on earth does letting someone else make a decision about dinner equate to not wanting to think for one's self?!?
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