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Woman Judged By BF For Walking Around Her Own Home Without A Bra

Women are constantly being judged for how they dress. Some girls are called basic, too girly, too masculine, too casual, too fancy, etc. We literally can't win. At least at home, we can wear whatever we want, and just be comfortable in the only place we won't be judged. Right? Well, when you let an insecure person into your home, you may find yourself being sl*t-shamed for not covering up enough. Just one of the many joys of being a woman.

Woman Judged By BF For Walking Around Her Own Home Without A Bra| thumbnail text - r/AmltheAsshole u/bigthiqskull • 13h 1 AITA for refusing to cover up in my own apartment?
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Physically Attractive People Reveal The Things They Get Insecure About

It can be easy to look at someone who looks 'traditionally attractive,' whatever that means to you, and think to yourself, "Wow, they must have a perfect life. No insecurities. No terrible dates or rejection stories. It must just be smooth sailing." But obviously, those people probably don't see themselves in the same light that you do. We all have insecurities. Whether it be physical or mental, none of us feel 100% perfect all of the time.

Physically Attractive People Reveal The Things They Get Insecure About| thumbnail text - notreallyzuko • 13h Q2@ 12 Awards People will often say "you're attractive for an Asian guy". It often gives me the impression that I'm just decent enough for them to acknowledge me yet not attractive enough for them to date. G Reply t 18.8k 3 ...
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People Reveal Parts Of Their Body They're Embarrassed By For No Apparent Reason

Body image is a touchy topic for most people. Regardless of your gender identity, there is usually something on your body you feel less confident about. And it can be the most random part of your figure, and make no sense, but physical insecurities are usually not rational to begin with. Sometimes they're influenced by the media or the gaze of the opposite gender, but sometimes they just literally pop out of nowhere, Nobody has ever commented on it, but for whatever reason, you are still embarrassed. Isn't it fun that our brains are a little messed up like that? it just keeps things interesting.

People Reveal The Part Of Their Body They're Embarrassed Of For No Apparent Reason| thumbnail text - ifalatefa • 1d My calves are thick, but I walk a lot so what else are they going to do. And my breasts are very small, but I mean I don't get back pain from them so I should be grateful G Reply 64 3 ...
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Men Admit The Most Annoying Things About Their Private Parts

There are a lot of perks of being a man. Getting paid better, cheaper toiletries, no periods... need I go on? But there are also a lot of annoying things that men have to deal with that women just don't have to worry about. Men get ridiculed for crying or showing any emotion for that matter. They are much more limited in terms of fashion and overall taste, and they have this thing hanging off their body at all times.

To be fair, women also have 'things' hanging off of their own bodies, but it's not exactly the same.

On Reddit, men are sharing the most annoying things about having a you-know-what, and they are quite interesting.

Men Admit The Most Annoying Things About Their Genitals| thumbnail text - Kingcosmo7 · 2d 3 Awards The constant irrational fear that it will somehow get cut off in some unimaginable way. G Reply 3.8k
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Guy Accuses His Brother's Wife Of Cheating Because She Started Wearing Makeup

Having not put on a full face of makeup for the best part of a year, I jump at any opportunity to get dressed up. Or at least to feel like I've put some effort into my appearance, because how long can a girl wear sweats and have her hair in a messy bun before she goes insane? So I fully support any woman who puts on makeup to feel good about the way she looks, even if it's to stay at home. Unfortunately, not everyone agrees with me. One guy posted on Reddit's Am I The A—hole, explaining that his wife, who received some makeup as a gift, has started experimenting with different looks, adding that "she's really talented with it, and she's having a lot of fun." So far, so good.

That is until his brother "decided she must be posting pictures or sending pics to some dude or multiple dudes," aka, she must be cheating because there's no other explanation as to why she'd suddenly be wearing makeup. Of course, women only wear makeup to cheat on their partners, right? The woman's husband called his brother an "insecure, testicle grabbing, chauvinist man-baby," which obviously didn't go down well. Read the whole story below, and see how quickly Redditor's jump to her defense, commend the OP for his healthy attitude towards the entire thing and call out the toxic brother-in-law for projecting all hit sh*t onto his brother's wife.

brother accuses sister-in-law of cheating because she starts wearing makeup, husband goes insane | thumbnail Font - Posted by u/throwaway47757954325 5 days ago 3 8 8 2 67 285 3 78 79 AITA for calling my brother an "insecure, testicle grabbing, chauvinist man-baby" over his comments about my wife's makeup? Not the A-hole That's the actual quote. I'm still pissed as hell but maybe I went too far here. My brother and I are both late 30s. We get along fine most of the time, but my brother doesn't do
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Common Insecurities Men Have About Their Bodies Which Women Don't Even Notice

Everybody has their own insecurities. Sometimes they stem from childhood experiences, from an individual person in particular, or from a general societal standard. It's amazing that any of us have the courage to leave our homes these days with all of these unrealistic expectations being drilled into our minds. It is generally agreed upon that women are forced to face these disgusting standards each and every day, and they play a large part in our development and overall confidence. What we don't talk about as much, though, is how guys do often face the same, or similar, issues.

Just like women have things that they care about that guys seriously don't, like thigh gaps, hip dips, cellulite, there are probably equally as many things guys wrongly assume women care about.

To the guys out there, hopefully, this wholesome Reddit thread helps to remind you that you are perfect just the way you are.

Common Insecurities Men Have About Their Bodies Which Women Don't Give AF About| thumbnail text - boopedydoop • 12d Getting sweaty during sex. I had a bf that always felt so bad if any sweat dripped onto me and I was always like ????? I literally don't care keep going 6 Reply 1 1.2k 3 ...
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Fifteen Tell-Tale Signs Which Show A Man Is Overcompensating For his Insecurities

You may not have known this, but men have insecurities too. In fact, every single person in the world does. However, not everybody deals with them in the same way. Some people cannot stop talking about them, and it can get really repetitive and obsessive. Some people go to therapy to face them — probably the healthiest route. Then there are many people who try to overcompensate for them, and it can be so cringe to be around those people. It's like they're putting on a show for you, and you know very well that it's fake, but you have to try to go along with it anyway.

This Reddit thread showcases some of the most obvious ways men try to hide their insecurities, many of these behaviors are probably very familiar to you.

Fifteen Tell-Tale Signs That A Man Is Overcompensating For his Insecurities| thumbnail text - jhope71 • 45d · Female If he claims to be an "alpha male" - dude, if you have to tell people (loudly and often) that you're alpha, you are definitely not. G Reply 1 2.0k 3 ...
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Husband Trolled For Telling Wife To 'F— Off' After Job Promotion

A healthy marriage is about a partnership. It means celebrating each other's successes — both professional and personal — and realizing that one person's achievement benefits both people in the relationship. But sometimes, the fragile male ego gets in the way, leaving some men unable to celebrate their wives' success, especially if they feel insecure about their accomplishments. Like this guy who posted on Reddit's Am I The A-hole, who couldn't handle the fact that his wife received a promotion at work while he was unemployed. Instead of celebrating her success, he accused her of "bragging" about it (which, of course, she wasn't, she was only hoping her husband would show her the basic and expected levels of pride and support). Of course, everyone accused him of toxic masculinity and called him a massive a**hole. Personally, I can't even believe this guy is real.

husband who was jealous of wife's promotion at work told her to F off, gets trolled | thumbnail Text - Posted by u/oldcaca101 5 days ago AITA for telling my wife to f ck off after she was bragging about her promotion at work ? Asshole Me and my wife have been married for 3 years. For info, i was working as a web designer but me and some of my coworkers got laid off and I have been looking for another job for a month but I haven't been able to find anything. Ive sent CVs but I never got any respo
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