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Female users can critique everyone from platonic guy friends to hookups and former boyfriends. You rate their best and worst qualities, which can be as innocuous as #Doesn'tAskQuestions or #Meh to as spiteful as #TotalF**kingD**khead. It's paradise for someone who takes pleasure in trashing former flings, especially since all reviews are anonymous and there's absolutely no accountability. So is this the woman's response to years upon years of objectification and chauvinists? I sure hope not.
Honestly, we're more in the camp of "just go out with a dude if you want to and make your own judgments -- no need to blast your thoughts to everyone," but since Lulu exists, we thought that we'd make a few suggestions. Here are 20 hashtags Chong should consider for her "Yelp for Men": Some Negatives... #RefersToFriendsAsBros #SweatsALot #Bigoted #DoesntLikeDessert #TextsTooMuch #Disappears #WeirdDirtyTalk #GodComplex #BragsAboutAlcoholConsumption #HatesBrunch
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
I don't understand why people use Facebook. :shk: Putting your information out there means someone is going to mess with it. Let the buyer (or user) beware.
It's not like this is a new idea. I would think men would understand completely, since they have been objectifying women for centuries.