I agree with Mrs-Grint but I also hate how, here in America, if a guy has sex a lot he's just a "pimp" and it's cool now. But if a girl has sex once and it gets out she's suddenly a huge slut. And the fact that some men think that they have huge power over us and say our place is in the kitchen. (This guy at school would tell my friend to take her place in the 厨房 all the time because "that's where she belongs")
Well, first off, obviously that women are paid less than men, that women are protrayed 更多 as the housewife, etc. And in Afghanistan women aren't allowed to walk down the streets without their husband 或者 a male relative. Even in South Africa 1 out of 3 girls are expected to finish school, whilst 1 in 2 are expected to be raped at least once in their lives. When I see something like that on TV, on the radio, 或者 even out in the town. It just... really .. pisses me off, y'know?
Society's obsession with marriage as the most important thing for women. We've got 电影院 like 27 Dresses and Bride Wars that take this idea as a given. As an extension, there's ideas about how women should be in relationships. This kind of stuff ticks me off a lot lately.
(Trying to answer the 问题 as I believe it was meant)
The 音乐 视频 we have now-a-days. The female dancers are often dressed provocativilly, okay, *lutty as if women are just sex objects! i find that so annoying: like if we dont dress like that we're not worth it. I also HATE playboy/girl, NO-ONE should feel like objects, whather male 或者 female!
Oh yeah, i also think the twilight sagas annoyingly sexist. Bella (the main role) always gets safed from danger from her boyfriend, she cant 安全 herself! its sssooo annoying, like women cant 安全 themselfs!
What I think is misogynistic is how men (or even some women) will insist that that if 女同性恋 have sex, it is not really sex because no penis is involved.
Also, the whole psychological idea of penis envy, and how it is still believed today. And how if a girl doesn't have a dad, society thinks that is really unhealthy. It doesn't matter if she doesn't have a mom 或者 if a boy doesn't have a mother.
I agree with all the above 答案 but I really hate that the media thinks that women should be married 或者 have childern. I'm not against these things but not ALL women HAVE to be married 或者 have childern. It's their choice. On facebook, I was looking through the likes and one 说 "four Things Every Girl Wants In Life 1- Find a boyfriend, 2- Find true love, 3- Get Married, 4- Start a Family". Not to mention there was many likes on that one. That really pissed me off.
I know it's not such a big deal for some people, but I don't like the fact that a woman who is getting married HAS inevitably to choose her husband's name. I always felt like the woman's identity was confused with her husband's. I know the law in some countries lets the choice to the women, but in France for example, if a woman wants to give her child her name, she can only if the husband is okay with it. The child has 由 default his father's name.
And also, the usage of "Miss" which is useless and old school. Well, and the equivalent for men? None.
First of all, I don't like how most of the people against women's reproductive rights are men, yet they themselves will never ever be pregnant. They're never going to know what it's like for women, so how could they possibly know from experience, what's best for them. And I'm not really talking about doctors at all, I'm talking about men outside of the medical field.
秒 of all, Bella Swan. She is, IMO, the WORST female character ever! She's always dependent on Edward 或者 Jacob for everything, she whines like a little baby when she can't be with Eddie, AND the scary thing is that girls actually look up to her. Seriously, I think because of her, instead of girls wanting to be strong, independent (this doesn't necessarily mean single) women who respect themselves and can stand on their own two feet, girls are going to be airheaded, dependent women who play fairytale princess and depend on men to solve all their problems 或者 rescue them.