I’ve always tried to give people a chance. I don’t like to assume things because I know that I don’t like when people assume things of me. I try to not get dragged down by comments or things said because I know I am the one who has to lift myself up after.
But sometimes… that is so hard.
“Your life is worthless”
“You’re just a slut”
I hate you on behalf of all women you come into contact with.
You’re a manipulative child in a mans body. You try to get under others skin, stung by the fact that there are girls that finally aren’t throwing themselves at you. You couldn’t handle that someone is finally confronting you about your ways. You couldn’t handle it.
At this point, it’s not even about being personally offended. It’s the fact that it’s not just you, that there are so many people just like you that think it’s okay to treat people like they are nothing.
This is about what we as women deserve.
We deserve better.
You’re no one in my life. Your opinion shouldn’t matter because you barely know me but words hurt regardless of whether you believe them to be true or not. You can’t say things like that to anyone, male or female. You don’t know what’s going on inside that persons head. Depending on who you’re talking to, that could be the tipping point. With one solitary word you could push someone over that line that you didn’t know existed because you didn’t give that person a chance. You are detrimental to someones mind when you purposely put someone down. Not everyone can find the strength to ignore your words and pretend like it never happened because to some people, that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
For your sake, I hope you are hit by reality soon. I hope you realize your wrongs and fix them because as much as I don’t want to be treated like that again, the last thing I want to happen is for you and other like-minded individuals to treat other women like that too, leave other women crying in the library or punching their pillow before 9-am, leave other women upset about words said even though they are obviously not true.
All women everywhere