Twitter Thread Totally Nails Why ‘Women’ Are Rude To Men In Public And It Can’t Be More Accurate

‘Why are you so rude?’

I am sure you have heard this question a thousand times. After all, it doesn’t hurt to be nice, right? Wrong! It sometimes does. When you are making perfectly pleasant conversation with a woman, and she seems standoffish…

Rather than being offended by it, do consider that she might be just safeguarding herself against strange men. And no, I am in no way saying that all men are like this. Quite the contrary, but how are we know that who is a creep and who isn’t?

That is why a Twitter user Lily Evans tried to explain why women are sometimes rude to men in public.

And so it starts.

It started out innocently enough.

They were just making small talk.

But then it started to get a bit weird.

She thought that was the end.

The man wasn’t even close to finishing his conversation, however.

And that is when it took a very creepy turn.

Nothing about this is okay.

She was probably sweating bullets by the time.

I can’t even imagine.

I think we can all relate with the panic she was feeling.

You probably do need a new route.

‘It doesn’t hurt to be nice a know?’

Turns out it does.

And it didn’t stop there.

Sometimes being a b*tch is the way to go.

So we have to watch out.

And this is the only way we can protect ourselves.

She was absolutely accurate.

However, some people couldn’t agree with her ‘story’.

And some even blamed her.

Good advice!

Then there were some who had the classic ‘; not all men are like this’ response. We already know!

However, one person shut all the negativity off.

I kind of expected more to be honest. As, I think the people who got upset by my story missed the point, which was that anyone can be creepy or scary to a stranger, even if one’s intentions are totally pure.

I didn’t do this for attention, I just wanted to make men understand that when they perceive a woman as being ‘rude’ for ignoring them in public, it’s not personal– we are just trying to stay safe.

While I absolutely HATE the circumstances, I’m really glad that my story made so many people feel brave enough to share, and that it made so many people realize that they aren’t alone in their experiences.

And I think a lot of men will consider their actions more carefully in the future, which is all I really wanted to begin with.

-Lily Evans

 

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