Our Names Aren't: That's Why You Ugly Anyway !
We've said it before and we'll say it again.
There is no such thing as "she asked for it" if "she didn't ask for it."
Here's a helpful reminder to know and understand when no means no:
If she says no=no
If she doesn't say yes=no
If she says maybe=no
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If you see a woman walking down the street and you try to get her attention and she doesn't give it to you, move on. Do not pass go or collect 200.
If she does not respond, which she is not obligated to do, she can either be
- In a rush
- In fear of her life
- In a relationship
- Not interested
- Not interested
- Or not interested.
Either way leave her alone. SHE DOES NOT HAVE TO EXPLAIN HERSELF BECAUSE MOST OF THE TIME GUYS DO NOT UNDERSTAND OR ARE INCAPABLE OF TAKING NO FOR AN ANSWER. I'm here to remind you that no means no.
Do not proceed to follow her, yell at her, curse at her or touch her because that puts every woman in defense mode.
Automatically when we walk outside of the safety of our threshold we are on defense mode because at least 5 times a day of not more, regardless of how we are dressed, or where we are, we experience some type of behavior from men (or other women) that makes us uncomfortable. We think if we look unapproachable with a "mean mug" then we we be left alone, or maybe if we have headphones we will be left alone.
I never understood how or why guys have the audacity to get mad when you're walking down the street with head phones on and whisper something or try to talk to you...I can clearly SEE that you're trying to say something and you get upset but if I'm not interested I'm going to continue to bump my music.
It's pathetic to see men stand on the same corner every day whether alone or with their "guys" and harass every single woman that comes by. Do you not have a job ? Is your ego that defective that you find no as a tough pill to swallow ? Do you even think out things you're going to say ?
It's getting more and more dangerous everyday, ladies protect yourselves and know that you never "asked" for anything and you have EVERY RIGHT to say no to anything or anyone that makes you feel uncomfortable or puts you in a situation where your safety feels compromised.