I do not believe, even for a minute, that telling a woman she looks cute today is indicative that…
Andrew Swift

Andrew — you are making an argument about whether being perceived as “good looking” is helpful. Your comment is apropos of nothing.

The article above is about how our culture, which unremittingly comments to and about women on her appearance above all else, degrades and devalues women’s other values. It is about how this pattern affects women over time.

I stand by my argument.

You may see it differently. Given (based on your name and profile picture), that you appear to be a white, cis, man, — we likely have had very different personal experiences in life thus far.

I’m glad I live in a time where I get to speak my truth and share my voice with others.

You get to to do the same. (White, cis, males have been able to do so for a long time.)

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