Poor poor Brie Larson. Imagine the horribly horrific horror she endures because she is pretty and men might try getting her number.
It the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal, a number of women have taken to Twitter to share their stories of when men made them feel uncomfortable.
Brie Larson was one of those women, sharing her own “uncomfortable” experience she had at an airport recently.
The Oscar-winning actress, 28, tweeted on Thursday about her experience after she behaved politely toward a TSA agent.
“I merely smiled at a TSA agent and he asked for my phone number,” she wrote. “To live life as a woman is to live life on the defense.”
Is she serious? What is it about Leftists that makes them so consumed with pretending to be victims of some type of discrimination, or victimization?
Normal people, naturally took Brie to task for her whining petulance
The actress received criticism for the tweet, with on person replying, “OH NO! A guy asked for your number. You poor thing. Women be complaining they don’t find a good guy, but complain when dudes ask for their #.”
Well clearly this insensitive knuckle dragger does not grasp the emotional devastation that this flirtation had on poor, poor, Brie
The star quickly responded writing back, “You do realize you’re blaming me for a situation I did not ask to be in? A situation that made me uncomfortable?”
Larson continued, “I hope you take the time to learn more about the experience of women. It’s real + scary sometimes and people like you can make it better.”
What Brie Larson experienced was normal, sorry but men are attracted to women. Especially women who are pretty like Brie Larson is, well on the outside anyway. On the inside she is, well, not very pretty at all. I mean claiming that a man asking for her number is harassment is asinine.
Again, the reality is this. Men flirt with women, and sometimes ask for dates, phone numbers, etc. Women, of course are under no obligation to accept, believe me, I know because I have heard no thank you before. It happens. If a man continues to ask a woman out, or flirt openly, then he ought to get a grip, and stop. But, this is not what happened to Larson. For her to scream harassment only cheapens actual harassment and victims of it.