'Women Of Reddit, What Do Men Do They Think Is Okay But Is Actually Creepy?'
I’m 31 years old and I don’t remember ever having been made to feel uncomfortable by a woman. If it ever did happen, it was isolated, and so minor I’ve clearly completely forgotten it. More importantly, the assumption that a woman might make me feel uncomfortable—or worse—simply never enters my mind. I go about my days completely free of any apprehension or fear about someone acting inappropriately towards me, safe in the knowledge that the superstructure of everything around me is built to cater to my comforts and needs. It’s one hell of a trip, that moment as a dude when you realise just how different an experience the other half have. A trip in every sense of the word, as it’s a journey that never really stops.
On that note, here is a thread from Reddit’s r/AskWomen subreddit, that asks: ‘Women of Reddit, what do men think is okay but is actually creepy. You can check out the full thread here but below are some ‘highlights’:
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