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Learn How To Wear A Dress, You S***t!

Everytime I watch a sports show and there is a pretty woman on the screen I hear the women in the room say something about it.
Let me repeat that.
It is the women who are hating the women.
Not the men.
One remark will be about the woman standing wrong as she wears a dress.
Apparently that is such a thing.
As a man, I didn’t know that.
According to the women in the room, the proper way to wear a dress is to have your legs crossed.
Not leaning over as if you are about to fall down.
That is something a man would never notice when watching a sports show.

Or a female in the room will complain about how the woman is only on the screen for her looks.
Not for her expertise.
“She is only there because she is pretty.”
“Where do they get these women?”
“She has no idea what she is talking about.”

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This is not to out the women.
The guys aren’t any better.
They are either staring at the woman in a trance or making a dirty joke about her appearance.
Men don’t get a pass here by any means.
Women seem to be more vicious with their words though.
The men don’t hate the women on the screen for being there.
They accept that is how it is, so they just take in the sight.
The women are mad at the woman on the screen and talk like they want change.

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I don’t know if the women I have talked to are right with their criticism.
They could be wrong with calling out the women on the television.
But I hear it alot.
Everywhere I go, whenever there is a TV in the room with an attractive woman analyst someone has something to say about the poor woman.
I can’t tell you who is right in this situation, but I can certainly tell you what is going on.

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About Theodore Ficklestein (97 Articles)
Theodore Ficklestein is a blogger, author and writer whose blog post you may have just read. He has written three poetry books and has a upcoming novel being released in 2017. You support his work by becoming a patron on his Patreon page.

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