You might want to go easy on the "winey (sic) feminist broad" terminology, which pretty much adds fuel to the fire.
It's very much like saying "bitchy faggot" --- very similar nasty and demeaning terms.
From the ages of 15 to about 30, no matter what I was wearing, despite not making eye contact with men, and while keeping completely to myself, I
dealt with the sexually invasive, pushy energies of men assaulting me on a daily basis --- even when I was driving in my car. Sometimes this would be
enacted in "real world" "Hey baby, wanna f*ck?" types of language; other times it was just dark energy snaking out of them like a python.
Some of these men were probably perfectly nice, yet they were completely unconscious about how they constantly project very assaultive and abusive
energy towards women they want to have sex with.
Jesus talked about how to simply think or imagine you're having sex with a stranger who is a woman is essentially to rape her. He was speaking about
how the energies are from an empathic level.
Until you have spent your young adulthood dealing with THIS stuff on a daily basis, which in turn can make you very depressed when you see the
hypersexualization and objectification of women as depicted in mainstream media, you are not qualified to comment on the "appropriateness" of women's
sensitivity to these issues.
'Cause you just don't get it.
But thanks for playing!
PS It was always refreshing to meet nice men who didn't automatically go around looking at women in terms of how nice their boobs would be to feel up
and so on. I could actually have conversations that were pleasant, build relationships and business interactions with them that felt balanced, and not
feel constantly invaded. There IS a huge difference. Men would do very well, and this entire "feminists are emasculating b*tches" crap would end
overnight, if they could learn to master the energy they're projecting all the time.
Because women DO feel it.
edit on 5-2-2013 by LipstickMystic because: (no reason given)