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Updated on Wednesday, December 3

#20202

OMG: A man visually stripped me down in a coffee shop today... for an hour. It was extremely uncomfortable and demoralizing; I wish I had told an employee and had him kicked. No stranger should be subjected to such objectivity. It's disgusting.

(And no, I was not dressed provocatively. So, don't you dare tell me that I deserved it.)

18 comments

  1. Wait, you were sitting in a coffee shop and a guy was looking at you... or was he speaking to you, harassing you, trying to touch you?

    If it is any of the latter, then you have reason to complain and have him removed. I hate when guys do that too.

    If he was just looking at you, then you should grow up and not be such a whiny bitch. Seriously, shut up.

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  2. OP: I understand that the last sentence of your post is meant to deflect the perceived inevitability of commenters accusing you for perpetuating "rape culture" (in terms of whether or not your were dressed provocatively, as you put it). However, in saying that you were NOT asking for it because you were NOT dressed provocatively, you are effectively saying that people who DO dress provocatively DO ask for it.

    You've taken the very shot that you were hoping to avoid receiving.

    Further, I agree with the reply #1... Looking is probably not grounds to have someone thrown out of a public place.

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  3. tough shit OP, tough shit

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  4. You are perpetuating rape culture. Rape culture isn't caused by rape or acceptance of it... its caused by dumb bitches like you equating staring to a sexual assault.

    As a man, I have people stare at me too. The difference is I say 'what a fucking weirdo' and go on with my day.

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  5. Some people just have lazy eyes. Or they zone out and stare at one spot for hours on end (I do this quite often).

    If he was:
    ->Gesturing at you;
    ->Saying uncomfortable things to you;
    ->Touching you;
    ->Coming uncomfortably close you you;
    Then I totally sympathize and agree he should've been kicked out.

    If he was just looking at you... don't read too much into that.

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  6. related:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wc0-wSQd-LQ

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  7. Get over yourself

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  8. "Visually stripped me down" Stop sensationalizing. A guy was staring at you for a long time. Thats it and thats all. If you felt uncomfortable, tell him to stop or just leave.

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  9. She isn't actually saying that she personally thinks clothing choices promote sexual abuse, just anticipating the reaction of this fucked up online community.
    Also. I return your sentiment, girl.
    Guy will never know what it feels like to be looked at like a piece of meat before you are old enough to even know what they want from you. It doesn't matter if he touched you or talked to you. being stared at is unwanted attention. If you had told him he was making you uncomfortable and kept it up, it would be official harassment.

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    1. "He looked at me. Waahh." Grow up.

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    2. >Guy will never know what it feels like to be looked at like a piece of meat before you are old enough to even know what they want from you

      What? Sexual education starts in grade school here. If you're going to include pedophiles in this, there are just as many that target little boys.

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  10. "Women don't like being stared don't they know they exist for our pleasure?" waaaaahh

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    1. "I'm a sexist man-hater. I perpetuate victim culture. Wahhh"

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  11. Sometimes I can space out and start staring at nothing for a long time. Sometimes someone is in my line of sight.

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    1. Lets give her the benefit of the doubt that she might not be a complete moron and knows the difference between someone spaced out and someone checking her out.

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  12. Back in my day trolling used to mean something

    That said, I'd still hook you in the gabber

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