I love how this person called out this guy who thought he’d take his own entitlement too far.
I’ve gotten a lot of guys bug me about whether I actually listen to Iron Maiden or Metallica when I wear my band shirt. Look, it’s one thing if she tells you she never listens to them willingly and you say, “Hey, you should check them out,” but it’s different if you’re going to force her to buy an album and then make her grin and bear it for the camera so you can feel your sense of male entitlement course through your veins supposedly in the name of punk rock.
Slightly unrelated, I really think it’s weird that people get over sensitive about girls wearing band shirts for music they don’t listen to and yet don’t say anything about cultural appropriation. (Which is a little off topic but I just thought I’d mention it)
The fact that one of the hashtags is #posershaming says it all. Anyone who would be proud of any sort of shaming - except for maybe “bigot shaming” or “asshole shaming” - is not worth my time.
I do understand that it can be a little disappointing to see someone wearing a shirt of a band that you’re fond of - so you go talk to that person, thinking you have a common interest with them - only to find out that it’s not the case. But this is just going go far.
During the warmer months, I do typically wear an Avenged Sevenfold shirt (usually this one) in public whenever I can - and, thankfully, nobody’s ever given me shit for it. If anyone dares to tells me that I can’t like Avenged Sevenfold because I’m a woman, I’m gonna tell them to “fuck off”.
why does everyone look so surprised when i say the reason for cutting my hair short is the hot weather, what were u expecting “i need to take my father’s place in war and the chinese army won’t accept women” ???
So what you’re saying is that you’re not going to help defend China from the Huns…?