Sexist Phrases that Trigger my Middle Finger

Hey Guis!
Sorry for the weird title, couldn’t think of anything cleanπŸ˜…

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Finally a post on sexism~
So, in this post I’ll be responding to some “sexist” and stereotypical phrases most of us have heard.

DISCLAIMER –> This post is NOT meant to be read by sexists, you won’t be able to handle positivity πŸ™‚


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*Controls laughter*
Well, I won’t call myself a chatter box cause the last one sided conversation I had was with my crush.
It was one-sided cause he was my “crush”.

Don’t Wear Short Clothes

Needn’t I say more.
I’ve been hearing this ever since I turned 10.
Can we just not judge a girl with what she wears?

They say, “Short clothes provoke men.”
Meanwhile me:-

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Ok. wtf?!

Sit like a girl

I first heard this when I was in 4th grade. A friend asked me to not sit “man-ly”.
C’mon I just want to be comfortable, is it a sin?
Or does it make me manner less?
Formal meetings are different but “my life my rules”.
I’m going to shit sit the way I want.

Stop crying, are you a girl?

Check out this image.

According to stereotypes,
Only girls cry.
Crying= self soothing behavior= self care
Therefore, only girls practice self care.
#irestmycase

She is a Bitch

Honestly, I love doggos.
Gosh…they are so cute, faithful and tough!!
What’s the point of calling someone a bitch?
Maybe they bite….πŸ˜‚
I guess it’s more like complementing a girl…so if you think I’m a bitch….
Thanks for the compliment.
(P.S :- Tune to Boss Bitch by Doja Cat to bring the bitch out of you.)

You can’t go out alone

*cracks her fingers*
See, if this is for rapes, please teach boys the difference between, ‘abuse’ and ‘consent’ rather than locking up girls.

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You are impure at that time of the month

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I don’t know about everyone, but in my religion you can’t go near godly stuff because you are “impure” during your periods.
All the more another reason for me to choose atheism πŸ™‚


Shout out to Akshita @akshita1776.
She guessed who is Pandey!
Btw, Pandey is Ananya from Drawing my Fantasies.
There’s a celebrity named Ananya Pandey. You might know how hard she “STRUGGLED”.
Our dearest Ananya is named after her…πŸ˜‚

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That’s all for this post!!
Don’t forget to follow me and like the post, hope you know bitches biteπŸ˜‚
Do comment some stereotypical phrases that you hate hearing.
Booi Booi

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64 thoughts on “Sexist Phrases that Trigger my Middle Finger

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  1. Wah bhai wah! Respect to you for making this post β™₯️✊🏻!
    Unfortunately we have to follow the short clothes one! I wish we could change the world alone β™₯️
    Short cloth rule is ridiculous! But what to do πŸ™„!
    And about the β€œsit like a girl” I can relate hard girl

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  2. Haha πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I loved the title πŸ˜„
    I am gonna use it from here on in my conversations πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰
    Very relatable post for every girl out there , you did great jobπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  3. Savage title gurll🀣😎
    And every point was relatable,the way you wrote about the topics was amazing
    Aag laga di (ani Malik op)🀣
    Great work !!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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  4. I really love this stuff, thank you for sharing these beautiful phrases πŸ˜‚ I thought of a few other ones:
    “You fight like a girl” — please that’s so outdated, there are so many badass female superhero’s!
    “She was asking for it” — like you said, let’s teach boys not to be assholes.
    Oh and I hate it so much when a guy is called out for dressing “girly” (or a woman for dressing manly). What does that even mean really? πŸ™„

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    1. Thanks for reading!!πŸ˜„
      Damn, I’ve heard these a lot!!
      One’s fashion sense depends on their comfort, I really don’t get society stepping in someone’s life just cause they don’t like the way they dress.
      Thanks for sharing your views!!

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  5. I STRONGLY STRONGLY, SUPER STRONGLY AGREE WITH EVERYTHING YOU HAVE SAID HERE!!! Also, loved your sense of humour. It’s not lost even if this is such a serious topic!

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  6. Hey…. awesome post!!!
    The title was very sanskari πŸ€ͺπŸ™
    I am NOT named after Ananya Pandey, so please πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    Don’t compare me to her, I have never struggled in my life like she did πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    That “sit like a girl” thing is so annoying like…who are you to decide the way I sit!?

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    1. Thanksss!!! πŸ˜€
      Lol, no one can match her struggleπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Ikr! Society needs to be open minded before it’s too late.
      Also, are u free right now?
      Pleaseee say yes…

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  7. Ahh I can’t tell you enough how much I love this post!!! I’ve heard all these things one time or the other and its soooo frustrating like wtf we don’t dress for attention from boys we wear something because that’s what we like. There’s also the girls should learn how to cook/girls belong in the kitchen/take care of the house and the ‘boys will be boys’ just NO. Haha I don’t really like to dress in short clothes but I hate it when someone else who does is shamed for it. Can I send you a truckload of hugs for writing this one?

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    1. I smiling so hard right now that my cheeks are starting to hurtπŸ˜›
      Exactly girls too have a purpose and I’m sure it’s more than just being in the kitchen!
      Thank you soooo much Jan!! This means a lot!

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  8. OMG! Loved this post!
    #ilovethehashtagthinglol
    And the “don’t wear short clothes thing” …. Like men can do it but girls cant?!
    Overall loved this post (feels like a judge in a reality show for some reason πŸ‘€)

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  9. Girrl, you have spoken my mind. These are absurd to the power infinity and sometimes my hand itches to slap that person who says these things.
    #girlsrockakritirocks
    And thanks for the shout out!

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  10. Gosh, this post is really accurate! Amazing title btw πŸ™‚πŸ˜‚. Another thing I’m really tired of hearing is that girls are judged way more on their weight and all than boys πŸ˜’.

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  11. Oh I love this post! I don’t know why so much difference between boys and girls, we always have to tolerate so much. I can’t help but share this, a month ago my neighbor (aunt) came at our home and I was washing dishes. I accidentally got a cut in my hand by the knife so I stopped and my bhaiya was free at the moment so I asked him to do the left. And look, my brother had no problem doing the dishes but she suddenly stood up and said- apne bhai se kaam karayegi! I was like what’s your problem when my brother has no problem helping me

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  12. Yeeees!
    So I get another phrase shot at me: β€œYour voice sounds like a man/Why don’t you sound like a REAL girl?” cause my voice is kinda deep. Another is: β€œyou’re not a real girl.” because my last name is Manley.
    Excuse me, I didn’t realize last names decided your gender?!

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  13. Thank you so much for this post, Akriti! You just said everything I’ve always wanted to say right into one blog post!
    Yeah, I agree that it’s super annoying that people tell me to sit like a girl. I mean, I’ll sit however I want! No one should judge me for that!
    I also think it’s really annoying that people think we’re impure just because of our monthly periods! It can be really rude when people say it so straightforward.

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  14. I am so late on this post, but I have to say something! This was such an awesome post, and as someone who has recently been discovering her (alleged) ‘inner feminist’ I cannot stand even a allude to a misogynistic intent when someone says something based off of gender. I’m grateful that we don’t have the ‘impurity’ thing in our society, but I’ve been told that in my grandmother’s days (and in some of my die-hard religious friends’ houses) they still don’t let them touch things at that time. Anyway, great post!

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  15. Ah, such a good post! This isn’t something that I’ve ever heard happen to me but I’ve heard of it happening in books or whatever, when a girl gets angry or just a bad temper and a boy goes ‘she must be on her period’ or something like that…because apparently we’re totally docile people and the only reason we get angry is because our period is affecting our emotions…girls can have strong emotions too, it doesn’t need to be our PERIODS affecting that.

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