In response to Jonathan Barnes: Acts of old-fashioned chivalry confound the unhappy feminists, Craig Martin wrote:
Unfortunately all of that chivalry does nothing to help the falsely accused.
I’m not saying that you are wrong in principle. However….
“Aware that they were being followed, they apparently glared at him to
let him know that they felt threatened. In other words, they were
silently accusing him of being a rapist…”
At this point those girls lost any claims to the expectation of assistance.
Too many women (after being taught/dictated to) have a (feminist-driven) narcissistic view of themselves in relation to the world around them. This leads to incidents like these where the women automatically think that the man in the vicinity MUST be scoping them out because, well, he’s a man and men are bad news.
Unless of course the women encounter a problem at which point he should be good enough to sacrifice his time and effort in helping them.
As far as I’m concerned, the boy done good. He protected himself from some immature and not particularly bright girls who showed no regard or respect to him.
I can’t help but think, however, that had those girls – instead of viewing him as a threat – actually waved and said goodbye, this lad would have stopped and help them jump start their car.
Courtesy works both ways.
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