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The guy is an idiot who quite possibly took that gif out of context to suit his own click-bait opinion. I really don't need to address the issue he talks about since I don't think he believes a word he types up.
Women essentially exist to get attention. Women wear the clothes they do in order to be looked at. They get mad because they can't control WHO looks at them. Biologicaly speaking, a women's role is to be considered the alpha female, and to court as many male suitors as possible, enabling her to select the the best suitor from the widest possible selection.

Short shorts are what makes the world go round, in summation.

And of course, as always, this is, has been, and always will be indisputable, objective fact.
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scampywiak: Just Kotaku trolling for site hits. They might as well make Anita Sarkeesian their field correspondant.
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DrDavidDuke: let's make a pledge, anything, person, topic, blog, webpage, book dealing with the communist ideology called feminism we will ignore.
Sounds good to me.
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Bloodygoodgames: snip
After few posts like that, I have to ask an controversial question.

When a straight man approaches you, not very attractive and not very young and tries to pick you up, are you polite as well?

Because it's more and more common what I see - straight men approaches and she's not interested - humiliate him!

gay/lesbian approaches - be as polite as possible and say that you're flattered! Because probably humiliating him or her would be seen as hatespeech!

Aren't we deeling with ageism and lookism here? Especially against straight men? :P
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nijuu: kotaku is a pile of crap.garbage articles or rehashed ones taken/ripped/borrowed from other sites.not worth wasting bandwidth to look at
This. People shouldn't get worked up over their articles, they're all trash. I don't know why people still read Kotaku.
Well when girls in high school quit wearing short shorts so often let me know.

When I was in high school you wouldn't believe how many girls wore clothes like that. Granted this wasn't during winter when it was really cold but still. Its understandable wearing clothes like that for exercise or volleyball or something but when they're wearing stuff like that casually you can't expect guys to not take notice.

That's like teasing a kid with some chocolate cake right in front of him, then moving into a different room, and then getting mad at the kid for following you because he really likes cake. There's nothing wrong with guys looking at girls, its simply what we do once we hit puberty. Its just easier to get away with if you're a celebrity or are attractive.

If girls don't want guys looking at them then don't wear such high cut shorts or tight pants designed to show off your butt. There's other clothing options out there.
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StingingVelvet: Pardon me, but I am fucking LIVID and want to vent. This is perhaps the most rage-inducing article I have ever read, and it has finally urged me to stop reading Kotaku, which I should have done forever ago.
problem detected.
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JudasIscariot: I've been on the receiving end of that kind of attention and, frankly, it didn't bother me. Then again, this goes just for me and I can't speak for anyone else.
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TheEnigmaticT: I can't help flirting with you, Judas. :P
Cue the shipping!
LOL, topic title is funny and kotaku is ridiculous. I agree that they probably just want more attention/hits on site.

Nothing is wrong at looking at women, I do it all the time ^_^ Only the good looking ones, which sadly isn't much at my line of work =(

Them wearing short shorts or skimpy clothes, I think they like the attention honestly.

Also its only human nature to look =P
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StingingVelvet: 3) The internet crusaders who do this stuff tend to destroy lives.
You're gonna love this...
at the end I think it would be best if all good looking females would just walk around naked.
i thought they solved the shorts issue during 60s with this song

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2UzHC0GDps
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dr.zli: at the end I think it would be best if all good looking females would just walk around naked.
lol, I agree 100% with that =D

ahh only in a perfect world ^_^
useless site
nothing interesting over there
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Bloodygoodgames: snip
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keeveek: After few posts like that, I have to ask an controversial question.

When a straight man approaches you, not very attractive and not very young and tries to pick you up, are you polite as well?

Because it's more and more common what I see - straight men approaches and she's not interested - humiliate him!

gay/lesbian approaches - be as polite as possible and say that you're flattered! Because probably humiliating him or her would be seen as hatespeech!

Aren't we deeling with ageism and lookism here? Especially against straight men? :P
No, I'm always polite. Gay, straight, black, white, pink or orange with sky-blue dots. Everyone is a person and deserves the same respect. That's just how my parents brought me up :)

After all, I think it often takes a lot of courage for any guy to ask a woman out and have never felt the need to shoot them down in flames. It's mean, cruel and completely unnecessary.

If I'm not interested, a pleasant "I'm sorry, I have a boyfriend but thanks for asking" said with a genuine smile generally does the trick.

I DO get rude, however, if either a) they just won't take 'No' for an answer or b) they start being abusive. That's only happened to me a couple of times, though. The second time, the guy grabbed my boob so I stomped on his foot and then I got the typical response "Bittch!:

IN that instance, i should have been a lot ruder :)