If a woman was groped or belittled, you wouldn’t expect her to laugh it off, right? Well, many of us expect just that if her assailant is a gay man. But why should our standards be any different?
As Kat Blaque explains, normalizing misogyny (even among gay men) can have some major consequences.
Here’s the unspoken truth of why we need to stop excusing this behavior.
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Kat Blaque is a Contributing Vlogger for Everyday Feminism and is an opinion vlogger, children’s illustrator, and thrift store addict. Check out Kat’s website and YouTube channel and follow Kat on Twitter @.
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