Imagine if you were constantly held to the standard that you’re inherently sexist.
Imagine that all these groups of people and media sources were talking about how sexism happens to all these people, but never people like you.
Imagine that if you so much as showed interest in feminine things that it would open the floodgates for abuse and harassment to you.
Imagine if the way you were objectified was by your height and the size of your genitals, the two things you can control the least about your body.
Imagine seeing everywhere, in the stores, in the ads, in the comics you read, on the covers of romance novels, in the video games you play, completely unrealistic men. Tall and gorgeous. Skinny yet buff. Perfect hair. A larger than life bulge.
Imagine if people told you that it was impossible for you to be raped.
Imagine that the gender roles that are forced on you because of your gender are so limiting and severe that you couldn’t possibly be interested in anything feminine or outside the norm.
Imagine that people told you that you can’t cry, that you can’t have low self esteem, that you can’t be abused, that you can’t be hurt, that you have to stand up to yourself no matter what, that you’re weak for showing emotions.
And now, after picturing all of this, why do feminists feel the need to say to men that they don’t need positivity on or off Tumblr because society already treats them like kings?