“Manslamming” isn’t a thing.
darryl ohrt

After reading the New York Magazine article and following with this article, there are some assumptions that need to be addressed. Darryl’s article, while describing sidewalk behavior, fails to address the NYM description of the difference between the physical interception from men versus women under consistent behavior parameters (assuming there were consistent parameters, which would strengthen its scientific validity). Which also begs the question how Darryl knew whether or not eye contact was being made, since this noted factor was not explicitly mentioned in the NYM article. Overall interesting article on social behavior but misses its intended mark.

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