EverydaySexism Is High Comedy

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Everyday Sexism – The Everyday Sexism Project exists to catalogue instances of sexism experienced by women on a day to day basis. They might be serious or minor, outrageously offensive or so niggling and normalised that you don’t even feel able to protest. Say as much or as little as you like, use your real name or a pseudonym – it’s up to you. By sharing your story you’re showing the world that sexism does exist, it is faced by women everyday and it is a valid problem to discuss. If you prefer to e-mail me at I can upload your story for you instead. Follow us on Twitter (and submit entries by tweet) at @EverydaySexism.

So I guess this is some big sexism project thats going on. Everyone can email this site or tweet them their whiny ass sexist complaints and they compile them all into one big database of bitching and moaning. Some of the better examples include:


- Heard a new expression today, “boy pussy” a reference to the anus of the Gay boy who Bottoms. Nice to know that the old double standard of the Top being the “real” man while the Bottom is an honorary woman and therefore inferior, is alive and well (sarcastic). Way to go boys! You managed to be both sexist AND homophobic at the same time!

- “Male cowrkr/frnd told me he was sad I’d been molested as a kid bc now he couldn’t fuck me as an adult.”

- Worked at a shoe shop where I constantly got stuck after closing with my boss and male colleague discussing how big they thought my nipples were. Couldn’t say anything as they were only ‘having a laugh’. I was 15.

- I went to a local music event this weekend. While I was standing watching the music, a drunk man walked up to me, mumbled hello at me, and then tried to put his hand down my trousers.

First off, lets address the coworker/friend who was upset he couldn’t fuck the chick who was sexually assaulted. That is some next level dedication to getting pussy. Thats a line only Dennis Reynolds could pull off. Just absolutely cold blooded, and I have no choice but to respect it.

Secondly, Boy Pussy is about as accurate of a term as you’re ever gonna hear. Accuracy trumps politically correct every time. A dude who always gets fucked by other dudes doesn’t have a butthole he has a boy pussy.

Thirdly, the chick complaining about getting hands thrown down her trousers – is that really sexism? I don’t think thats sexism. Thats just a fucked up dude looking to get ass. If he was that fucked up theres a chance he may have put his hands down my pants too. Sexism is shit like “men make more than women” and “glass ceilings” and “girls should stay in the kitchen.” That chick complaining that the guys in the shoe store talked about her giant nipples – that’s sexism. A drunk dude trying to fuck you at a concert is something entirely different.

Which kinda brings me to my whole point about this “project.” This is just a bunch of broads complaining about shit. You could call this the “Everyday Workplace Project” “Everyday Boyfriend Project” “Everyday Girl Friends Project” and it would be the same crap. Just chicks complaining about stuff they don’t like because thats literally all chicks like to do. Look at this fucking one:

“My friend works in a bakery, and he was told by his (male) manager to give free cookies to “kids and pretty girls.” Bitch you took the time to email a website about your friend who works in a bakery who was told by her boss to give cookies to pretty girls? I need my own fucking website to anonymously submit complaints about people who email websites about the rules at their friend’s bakery. The whole thing is just one big forum for chicks to cry and babble. Get out of my face Everyday Sexism Project