8 Things You Should Never Say To A Woman

Hello, we are in 2020 and it is time for you to analyze the way you treat and talk to women.

In the middle of 2020, it seems that many men still do not know how to treat a woman, and we are not talking about chivalry, opening the door or waiting for her to finish when they have sex, but something more basic, the way they talk to them and what they think is okay to say, especially when it comes to “conquering” them.

At this point in the game, we should all know that there are basic rules of coexistence that we all must comply with so as not to be toxic, abusive, or harmful people. When it comes to talking to a woman, there are certain things a man should never say, so as not to unleash fury, not to appear desperate, and especially not to further promote a culture of violence and machismo.

And it is not because women are more sensitive or because they are offended if you say rudeness (they don’t), but because they experience the world differently than men, and they never need more violence, negativity or criticism in their lifetime. Your words can also be violence and could be the reason why every woman who meets you runs away and pretends insanity every time she sees you again.

If you want to be an ally or just get a date at some point in life, there are 8 things that you should never, for any reason or anger, tell a woman.

8 Things You Should Never Say To A Woman

1. Gender insults.

Maybe it is not your intention, but gender insults like a “bitch”, etc …, are used to promote violence against women and, in general, promote violent behavior by men (and everyone who use it), they are even used as an excuse (there are many cases where a man accused his partner of being a bitch and beat her for it) so there is no justification for you to use them.

2. Threaten her with violence.

If you can’t convince her of something, you’re not going to do it violently either. Millions of women around the world are victims of violence every day, and while a threat is not an action, it can be just as harmful. Threatening to use violence leaves you on the same side of those who do it and makes you a potential danger from the woman’s perspective.

3. Suggesting that she is not as smart as men.

Women have listened to it for generations, but it really does nothing for you to be smart or suggest that men know more about certain topics just because they are men. Historically, thousands of women have done great things for humanity, science, and art, but they have been ignored, not that they are less intelligent, perhaps they do not receive the same credit and opportunities.

4. Slut-Shaming.

You would never insult a man for having multiple sexual partners or doing whatever he wants with his body, so why would you do it with a woman?

Slut-shaming also has to do with things like blaming a woman for being abused or raped, for having drunk alcohol or for going out alone. If you don’t think that when it happens to a friend, don’t think about it when it happens to a woman.

5. Suggesting that she owes her success to her appearance (or to being a woman).

Jim Carrey once said that Margot Robbie had only gotten where she was because of her appearance, don’t be that man. You have to give credit to those who deserve it and know how to recognize that a woman can be successful for her talent and abilities. Saying that women’s appearance or gender has something to do implies that they have it easier than men, and this is not the case.

6. Body Shaming.

Commenting on another person’s body is not acceptable, especially if you are a man commenting on a woman. This will only make her angry and it will not help you earn points.

7. Telling her she’s crazy.

Do you want to arouse a woman’s anger? Tell her she’s crazy. Gaslighting, which is one of the most toxic practices that can be used in a relationship, is to make the other person believe that she is crazy, that she cannot trust her instincts or what she feels, causing frustration, fear, and insecurity.

What you should do is understand that men and women have very different reactions to the same things, and that does not mean that they are crazy, or that you are.

8. Dismissing her if she talks about abuse.

We are probably all aware by now that most women have experienced some kind of abuse in their lives, so if you really want to be an ally, you should give her the benefit of the doubt and believe her until proven otherwise, give her a space in which she feels safe to speak on the subject and to understand what the abuse really means.