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I was quite wary that he, too, would be a 'shitty media man.'My litmus test was simple: casually mention scandals in the media and gauge his reaction. While it should've been the bare minimum for him to react how he did, it's become so rare to find a man willing to listen to my story and not ask invasive questions I wasn't ready to answer or offer refutations about what they would've done in that moment.
While it didn't work out with that person, it was heartening to know that there are men—albeit few and far between, I'm afraid—who are fighting back against the 'boys' club' culture that's so pervasive within the media.
As a Black woman who is open to dating any race or religion, I felt incredibly vulnerable. In response to this dude, I just went silent, too angry to even engage.
I’m enraged when they slut shame other women as a means of complimenting me. I ask a lot of questions and try my best to carefully analyze the photos of anyone I meet. I remember things that my own father would say years ago that he would never say now and that’s because he’s got two razor-tongued daughters that continually check him at any opportunity. At the moment, I don’t have a concrete solution for this problem and I also don’t have a boyfriend either.""As our culture has shifted and become slightly less accepting of men who sexually assault people, I have found that I now have zero tolerance for any sort of perpetuation of rape culture. For example, I was talking on the phone with the guy I've been seeing for a few months.
And yet, I feel trapped because I have no alternative way to try to get to know someone to become a potential partner. We were talking about Matt Lauer and he said something along the lines of 'that stuff's inexcusable, but why didn't the women come forward years ago when it happened?
They asked whether you can appreciate art created by someone who's harassed others.
They bonded and obsessed over a fictional story about bad sex (and the reactions to it), and they wrote countless think pieces about one woman’s questionably consensual but deeply upsetting experience going on a date with Aziz Ansari.
If anything, it’s reinforced the reasons for why I date men the way I do. It feels like we’re all pulling back the layers of that truth, the reasons why women feel so vulnerable with men known and unknown.