A dating advice column for men has ignited quite a bit of online outrage.
Consent is never brought up."If I want to wear a short skirt or a tank top, and I'm at the club and I'm having fun with my friends and I feel sexy, I'm not DTF," she explained.
She also broke down how affirmative consent — "yes" means "yes" rather than simply "no" means "no" — still applies in the bedroom and everywhere else.
Twitter users have made some helpful edits to the piece.
One out of every six women in the United States has been a victim of "attempted or completed rape in her lifetime," according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
About 23.1 percent of college women are sexually assaulted as undergraduates.
We do not need to teach men how to turn a "no" into a "yes" — "yes" means "yes" and "no" means "no."The publication has yet to apologize for the story.
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Nobody wants to judge a book by its cover, but let’s face it: profile pictures matter big time when you’re dating online.
Now, you could be a rogue dater and refuse to put effort into making your photos seem appealing, hoping to attract daters of a similarly non-conformist mindset …
or you could just adopt the far simpler “if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em” dating ideology and take the advice of How About We co-founder (and de facto online dating virtuoso) Brian Schechter, who recently shared a few helpful photo tips with Men’s Health blogger Naomi Piercey, aka The Girl Next Door (who, I must say, is too empirically attractive to believably typecast herself as the proverbial “girl next door”).
Related: How to Look Hot in Pictures Anyway, incorporating Schechter’s advice, Piercey identifies three photos every male dater should include in his profile: 1.