Sexy Ass White Girl

by Michelle

I love living in bed-stuy…most of the time. I have a great apartment and I love being able to get away from the city. I can deal with the occasional mouse, cockroach and even the long commute — for me the pros generally outweigh the cons. However, if one more man calls me a “sexy ass white girl” I’m going to punch him in the throat.
I mean usually I can deal with it, but this morning was especially bad. I am not sure why….maybe it’s because I am just so BEYOND sick of getting hollered at. Or, who knows? Maybe I was looking particularly sexy today in my loose cotton dress and jacket, a combination which I thought sufficiently covered my “sexy ass” up. I feel like I could wear a fucking burqa and still get hollered at. In my neighborhood. Whatever it was, almost every man I passed had something vulgar to say to me, especially the old ones. One of them even had the audacity to ask me, “what? You don’t like black guys?” when I ignored him. I told him, “no, I don’t like creepy old men.”
And herein lies the problem. Men who have the amount of delusional confidence it takes to holler at a woman and think that something will come from it, also have the delusion to think that if the woman doesn’t respond then something must be wrong with her, not him. Men often wonder why women get so short with them when being hit on, but isn’t it obvious? Most of you who are of the male persuasion treat women like they are nothing more than something to look at, hollering across the street about how sexy they are, creeping on them in bars and making them physically uncomfortable. And then when the fairer sex tries to politely give you the brush off, even though you deserve much less, you think we’re playing hard to get! So when we do finally work up the courage to tell you to leave us alone, we get called a bitch.
I mean, I get it — how dare women? How dare we not drop our panties the minute you turn on your charms? We should know what we’re good for — sex and looking sexy. The rest of the time we’re just bitches, apparently.

Look, the point I am trying to make is if you want to get to know a woman than show her a little respect. Sometimes, we just want to walk to the subway without being sexually harassed.

Anderson out.

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