A Story Of Male Entitlement In Screenshots

A Story Of Male Entitlement In Screenshots

Men are scum. We have acknowledged that about heterosexual men.

And gay men as well.

There is something to be said about the entitlement of men, that when a guy comes into your inbox and crosses a boundary and after you point out that boundary, he reacts with antagonism instead of taking correction. The expectation that the world is supposed to abide by your bad behaviour is a character flaw that is hotwired in the anatomy of male toxicity.

Check on this KDian’s experience below:

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  1. Joly
    October 07, 08:10 Reply

    Lol, this is what happens when someone you are not attracted to calls you “baby”.
    I bet if the guy was cute n sexy, he will be Happy when he calls him baby even without knowing him

    • Delle
      October 09, 09:53 Reply

      If we’re going to judge by the generic definition of ‘fine’, then the guy is.
      So your point is moot.

      Some people really have principles. I understand you do not. Do not go about discrediting others’.

  2. trystham
    October 07, 08:29 Reply

    It’s their kind that say we are drama queen’s #sigh

  3. Saucebutton
    October 07, 10:47 Reply

    If anything I believe we should respect boundaries. Boundaries are there to be broken but in stages. The one that slides into the DM was just being petty

  4. bamidele
    October 07, 10:55 Reply

    Lol.
    I had thought I was the only one having problem with especially fellow Nigerians. While it is good to familiarise yourself with people, you take steps and with absolute respect.
    The sense of entitlement also extends to people who don’t know how to say “I am sorry“ and “excuse me“ “please“ and all those golden statements. Some people will just take things for granted and move on. If they must express gratitude, they’d rather say “thank god“…lol

  5. Armani Pounds
    October 08, 23:54 Reply

    The guy never said anything wrong na, you were just maybe a little bit harsh on him……..if he was so sexy and hot………I guess you wouldn’t have reacted the way you did. Too many hipocrite parade this Earth.

    • Pink Panther
      October 09, 00:02 Reply

      So you don’t think someone going from “hello” to “baby” is anything wrong?

      And not only that, you have judged immediately that simply because you are capable of loosening your boundaries for hot randos on Facebook, that therefore every other person does that, and without knowing this person, you have branded him a hypocrite for simply having boundaries?

      LOL. 🤡🤡🤡

  6. q
    October 14, 11:52 Reply

    what @pinkpanther said!

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