Recently, women have been taking absolutely no crap from men and putting them in their well-deserved place in society. After years of dealing with harassment, strong-arming, and aggression, women are taking the opportunity to put them in their place.
Twitter is a place for everyone to come together and share opinions, and thank God women are using the social media platform to express how fed up they are with men. Bless up, ladies.
this girl at work asked me today if i’d ever date a guy shorter than me and i said “no i wouldn’t” so then this other guy was like “don’t you think that’s kinda shallow?” and i looked him dead in the eye and said “i’m a lesbian, joe”
— Kait 🌱 (@itzzkait) February 22, 2018
“Guys don’t like when girls wear sweats to class every day” well the nice thing about that is I’m not paying 11 grand a semester so Mike from physics can have something cute to look at during lecture. Now move along you’re in the way of my degree
— Kendall Lyman (@KendallLyman) November 14, 2017
this woman 2020 pic.twitter.com/btgLSFvzY9
— #1 Rachel (@rachel) March 7, 2017
I bet a lot of guys who don’t think that rape is a big deal were super upset when that U2 album was put on their phone without consent.
— Emily Faye (@mlefaye) June 7, 2016
Guy asked if I put him in the friend zone. I was like, whoa slow down there. I’ll have sex with you, but friendship is a serious commitment.
— Cutie McBooty (@8_Sisha) September 17, 2013
men will literally nut 45 seconds into sex and have the audacity to ask if you came. yeah i came to the wrong house
— Iguana (@kajuana_marie) December 19, 2017
Women are not rehablitation centres for badly raised boys
— Zahra Zaraa Danejo (@tinkizee2) February 22, 2018
WHEN THEY FORGET WHO RUN
THE MUFFAKIN BLOCK. 💪🏿💪🏿😂😂😭 pic.twitter.com/1BhG23gLHe
— Hassan (@hassanprg) February 24, 2017
“Nipples killed my parents, and I’ll be damned if anyone else should ever have to see those murderers again” -the founder of Instagram
— Jenny Jaffe (@jennyjaffe) April 5, 2016
Damn boy, are you a bra? Because you make me uncomfortable but society has brainwashed me into thinking I need you
— Audrey Porne (@AudreyPorne) October 2, 2015