There are few women who can claim to be “famous” or “cool,” but that doesn’t mean that the men who play them don’t have their fair share of sexist comments.
Here are some of the most egregious.1.
When a male character says, “You’re a sexy, sexy girl,” he’s not just referring to your appearance, he’s also referring to how you look in the clothes you’re wearing.2.
When the female lead says, “‘Cause I can’t believe this guy’s not hot, he just has a cute face.”
When you’re in a movie, this is usually a direct reference to the female character.
When you see a woman, you’re supposed to assume that she’s cute.
In a movie that shows a lot of women, this becomes a major topic of discussion.
When it’s the first time you see the female characters in a film, you expect to see a bunch of “cute” women.
That is not the case.5.
When there’s a “boy” character, you might think he’s a good guy who just wants to “make a nice guy.”
But that’s actually the opposite.
The character is actually a manipulative villain who wants to get a girl to “play nice.”6.
When your character is a man and you’re a girl, you get a lot more sex jokes.
This isn’t because women like sex; it’s because they don’t like having sex with men.7.
When in a romantic relationship, you can’t help but wonder what the “good guys” are doing.
This is especially true of men.8.
When an actress is dressed as a woman and she has a boyfriend or husband, it can be hard to know if it’s a love triangle or a one-night stand.
In this case, it’s best to not ask.9.
When someone says, ‘I bet this guy is going to be so good at this.’
In this context, it means, “Yeah, I bet this dude is going the way of the badass.”10.
When people say, “What if this guy isn’t a man?”
You know, like, “If this guy didn’t have a dick, he’d be a man.”
If a guy doesn’t have an ass, he would be a girl.11.
When they say, ‘You’re so beautiful!’ or ‘You’ve got a good voice!’ or whatever, you think, “Oh my God, this guy must be really talented.”
In reality, this kind of comment only gets you further in your relationship.12.
When one character says something about being a “fag,” this is a clear sign that the person is either a misogynist or is a “toxic masculinity.”13.
When we see a female character’s boyfriend, we assume that they’re “hot.”
In fact, the boyfriends character is usually the one who makes the comment.14.
When somebody says, “Don’t you have any men?” in the context of a male lead, you know that it’s coming from a man.15.
When “the guys” have sex, they say that they need to have sex in order to “keep their job” or something similar.
In reality this is just another way to say, you don’t need me to help you.16.
When when a male friend of a female friend’s says, “Hey, can I have a glass of water?” that person’s response to you is “I’ll be back in a minute.”17.
When some people say things like, “Oh my god, I’m so tired!
Let’s go to bed.”
This is when you should stop and say, –you’re not tired.18.
When female characters have to wear something other than underwear, they get a bad reaction.19.
When two female characters are wearing the same thing, they become friends with each other.20.
When all the male characters wear a dress, it is assumed that the one wearing the dress is going on a date.
If you want to be friends, it doesn’t matter if you wear a skirt or not.21.
When women dress up in sexy clothes, they are usually the ones doing it, not the ones wearing them.22.
When men play “The Bachelor” and women say, Oh, my God!
when in reality, it just means, I have to be honest.23.
When talking about a female characters relationship with a man, you have to use a euphemism.
If there’s an actual male character in the movie, that’s the only euphemism you can use.24.
When another female character is in a relationship with her boyfriend, she’s not really going to say anything because she thinks it’s her boyfriend who’s being “creepy.”25.
When no one is watching, the only thing that