A while back, we were travelling in London.
Michelle Stone

Thank you for so obviously demonstrating that even some women are oblivious to the point being made here. It really is subtle sexism in its most fickle form. It’s not about the door, but about letting men being the interaction leaders — even for such needless things like opening a door for someone.

It’s a gesture of relative power, and y’all need to understand that instead of drawing weird analogies and making this about the door.

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