Lara Rutherford-Morrison on Mansplaining

6 Subtle Forms Of Mansplaining That Women Encounter Each Day

by Lara Rutherford-Morrison

1. Catcalling

2. Being informed that you’ll like or won’t like something.

3. When a guy says he knows more about women than actual women.

„I’m more of an expert than you, and I’ll tell you why. I’m a guy, and I know how we think! More than you guys will ever know. … The bottom line is this, ladies: You would not care if all these guys were hot. They would be bolstering your self-esteem, bolstering your ego, there is nothing more that a woman likes to hear than how pretty she is.“ Steve Santagati to Amanda Seales

4. When a guy explains the female body to you.

5. Having your field of expertise explained to you.

6. Situations in which women are often seen as “outsiders.”

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