Listen, I get it.
Women want to (and should be) taken seriously and respected. Anyone who has read any of my previous blog posts knows that that’s my position on the situation.
Unfortunately, so many of them are going about it the wrong way.
Not a day goes by that I don’t see a girl who proudly refers to herself as a ‘bitch’ or a ‘bad bitch.’ I hate even typing out these phrases because they sound so ridiculous.
A woman who carries herself with dignity and class commands far more respect than one who seems to constantly be at war with the male gender.
When did this become a good thing?
I can see groups of friends who call each other ‘bitches’ or whatever, but referring to yourself that way? Time to grow up.
You don’t need to be a bitch to be taken seriously. You don’t need to be a bitch to people to earn their respect. And most of all, proudly flaunting the fact that you’re a bitch will certainly not attract the right guys to you.
This is an instant turn-off and any mature guy will be moving onto someone who has more respect for themselves real quick.
Something to note: You might say that only younger girls are spewing this nonsense. Intelligent, established women wouldn’t do this. But, someone is raising these girls. Someone is their role model. Someone is their big sister, older cousin, or friend. It’s up to all of us to instill values and integrity into younger generations of both men and women.
Attitudes like this will only divide the genders more – not unite us. Things like this are the reason why the notion of ‘being a lady’ is going by the wayside, only to be replaced by being a ‘bad bitch’ – and contrary to popular opinion: The two are not the same thing.
I understand it can be a defense mechanism against getting hurt – but so is raising your standards and not giving your time or attention to anyone who doesn’t deserve it.
We can only hope that this phase will pass before it’s time for these girls to grow up, get married, and start having kids.
Stay classy, ladies.