Today’s What You Do Wednesday isn’t like the others. Rather than a scenario that puts you in a position of what would you do, today’s is more about how you are on the INSIDE. In your heart, in your private thoughts toward other people. Well, actually women specifically.
Lately it’s come to my attention, that so many women out in the world who claim to be feminists, seem to be behaving in the exact opposite way when it comes to how they treat, view, and bluntly, judge other women. I for one have a lot of opinions, thoughts, and yeah I suppose judgements when I see women who have tons of plastic surgery. My initial response inside my head when I see somebody pulled way too tight (IMO) with giant implants, or too many injectibles in their face is to question their motivation. Like I wonder, why would somebody want to look not like themselves to that extreme. I view them and their choices from more of a curious point of view, not a calling them names, wishing them death the way some women behave on social media. What I’ve noticed recently is that many women, women who are self proclaimed feminists go for the jugular.
Which has me thinking, why is that feminists seem to be the women who are hardest, and cruelest to other women? These are my questions about the way some females are behaving on social media, tearing other women they don’t even know down for enhancing themselves.
a) is it another woman’s job to verbalize anything negative to anybody about their personal choices, famous or otherwise?
b) is there really anything wrong with a woman changing her appearance in anyway she wants to? Does this instantly disqualify her from the “feminist club”???
c) if you’re a feminist calling others, I suppose mainly men it would appear, to treat ALL women with decency, dignity, and respect then how does trashing a woman online for her appearance help with that??
d) are you able to see a woman who has done copious amounts of work to her face and body, and observe her with zero judgement??
I look forward to your responses, and as always you can count on me to give you mine.