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If I'm 'spotted' hanging with a guy at a party—even if I'm just saying hi for a quick second—it immediately becomes a negative headline about how many guys I'm dating or how I'm getting into a new relationship. The headline the next day is 'Khloé's Getting Married! A guy could assume I'm dating someone and not approach me, when I'm actually single.Sometimes I completely avoid going out in public with a new guy because I don't want to deal with the sexist headlines. In case you haven't heard, Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are reportedly dating — and people very are upset with the rumored relationship.The media circus surrounding their "relationship announcement," which amounts to a few couple-y Instagram stories and healthy dose of PDA in Miami, has been whirling given our culture's obsession with chastising young women who date older men.Here are the double standards of adult relationships in which the women can get away with a lot more than the men. Let me paint this picture for you: It’s late and both parties involved are tired but want to spend the night together.After some back and forth about who is going where, which partner ultimately decides to make the move? He’s showing that he wants her, and for her to be comfortable, and he’ll do whatever it takes to get there. Most men don’t take fashion personally and, therefore, won’t be offended when women harmlessly make fun of their outfit choices.
With a 15-year age gap, Sofia and Scott’s budding relationship seems, sadly, ripe for judgement, as seen on Sofia's Instagram account, where people who do not know her personally (or the context of her relationship with Scott) have decided express their disgust.On Sofia's most recent Instagram, a plethora of snake emojis, often associated with deviance and distaste, can be seen in the comments, which also escalate into more direct harassment, with notes like “HOMEWRECKER,” “STOP WITH SCOTT,” "You realize Scott is using you right?He's way older with 3 kids,” and "Girl you think you grown."But on Younes’ Instagram, the comment section looks a little different.We’re all guilty of doing it -- using our gender as an excuse to get away with specific behaviors.And most of the time, like when the girlfriend asks her boyfriend to fix something she is perfectly capable of solving on her own, we don’t really mind that it’s going on.
For instance, if a woman needs a little help or extra assistance, it’s sexy when the man steps in and voluntarily takes care of her, and it’s equally as important to his masculinity that he can do these things for her.