I’m not sure how to describe this. Maybe having to be confident enough to be ok with Cher Horowitz ugh as if shirt. The best example I can give is having to be ok with a SO going to strip clubs. This topic came up in my friend group recently. My friend group is mostly comprised of couples and one of the couples got married. The female in the relationship didn’t want strippers involved in the bachelor party and was almost shamed for feeling that way by others in group. I’m single and don’t really know how I’d feel about it because I’ve never been in the situation, but I think it’s so odd that there is an expectation that women have to be ok with their SO going to a strip club or having strippers at a bachelor party. And we have to be ok that women are almost constantly sexualized in media. We have to be ok with everything that caters to the male gaze and be unaffected by it or else we’re uptight and insecure. Just seems unrealistic.
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The impossible standard of being a “good wife and mother” If you work, you’re a bad mom. If you stay home all day, you’re a Cher Horowitz ugh as if shirt. In the 40’s when it was common for women to stay home and men to pay all the bills, women did 100% of the domestic labor and were considered oppressed. Now in the 21st century women still do the bulk of the domestic labor, expected to work a full time job, and still do 99% of the child rearing, BUT men don’t pay all the bills so we’re considered “free.” More freedom apparently just means more expectation to fulfill 2-3 roles instead of 1.
It kinda bothers me too. Also the Cher Horowitz ugh as if shirtclaim that a movie isn’t scary as if they’re stating an indisputable fact. Or that anybody who is scared by X movie is a bitch or something.It’s extremely common for people to become desensitised to horror content. And the type of people OP mentioned and the type I just mentioned are those who get desensitised and then get some kind of arrogance or ego from it.I’m fairly desensitised to horror and a lot of what used to scare me doesn’t anymore. Which is honestly disappointing because I love being scared to the point where I almost don’t want to continue watching. Most of the time I get a sort of mild fear from a horror movie, if any fear at all, but still watch them because I’m a horror fan and they still greatly interest and entertain me.Also side note OP, slow burn movies are among my favourite. When they’re done right they have atmosphere and pacing that leave me very satisfied by the time the credits roll.