So, the other day I was at a restaurant with a male friend, and the waitress referred to us as "boys," "what do you boys want?" I've heard feminists go off about being called "girls" and how they will say "I'm sorry, I've already menstruated, so I'm a woman." Literally, they will do these things, in public, if any man dares to call them a "girl."
Somehow, tho, I managed to just deal with it---and you know, if I didn't have friends who were toxic feminists, I would _never have noticed at all_. It's sad that we cannot avoid the corruption of our nervous system by all of this bollox.
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