Posted by Hellkat
Okay, so I get back on Blizzbook and I hear all this mess about boobies versus bitches...and so I start looking around and I see girls hating on girls because of boobies?
I come across this "There are a lot of girls on the internet who are looking for attention. Please go bother one of them if you are looking for anything beyond friendly conversation." on the profile of one of the females involved in this....and it makes me wonder.
#1 There are a lot of girls on the internet that AREN'T looking for attention, so the first part of the statement is not only petty, but irrelevant. #2 Even if every single girl that signs up on a site like this is looking for attention...is that a bad thing? Why is there such a negative stigma associated with wanting attention? Guys do it, they flex, they primp...just like girls...does it make one better to pretend that the attention is unwanted?
Everyone desires attention in one way or another. Maybe what they want attention FOR varies but everyone wants attention every now and then. Some more than others. Psychologically, there just seems to be so much going on beneath the surface, just from that comment alone.
And why would you call someone a slut based on pictures? What does a revealing picture have to do with sexual history? If someone is proud of their body, then by all means, let them be proud. There is so much wrong with the way females view themselves, so much pressure from media and society to look a certain way, that there are many beautiful girls that can't even see themselves as such because of it. When someone can, why try to bring them down?
"you look like a ho in every single one of your pictures. you give gamer chicks a bad name." I guess being attractive is a non-desirable gamer-chick quality? Yet, she disputes Kiki's right to the "gamer chick" title by calling her a noob and telling her to "Learn to Game." So which is it? If she's not a gamer chick, then it doesn't matter what she does; it's not going to reflect on those that do fit that category. And if she is? Well I would prefer "attractive" to be an adjective associated with the stereotype than just plain "mean," or "jealous."