Do you really think that every time a man gives advice to a woman, it’s “mansplaining”? Should we label any advice going the other way as “womansplaining” and frown at it? No.
It seems to me that you are so engrossed in your own world view that you consider anyone who disagrees with you…
I would have said exactly the same to anyone, whether a man, woman or an AI. It matters not at all who the recipient is.
And Mirah Curzer, the advice is actually good. You would do well to heed it yourself — as we ALL would.
Read what I wrote again — I was talking about the author, not about any the people in the ad.
The fact that you didn't see that says something about your confirmation bias. I suggest that you in the future pause and read something two or three times before answering, so you actually understand people's real opinions — and not what you think they think.
Jesus, so many fantastically wrong assumptions. And the author completely ignores that the people actually seemed to get on with each other at the end.
“She’s risking her mental and physical safety, volunteering for the hard emotional labor of arguing for her right to be a person.”
As a non-American looking at the election from across the seas, I would say that you need to accept some things: