I’ve already written posts on the subject of certain men creeping me out (both online and offline), namely 'Hey Boys, My Eyes Are Up Here', 'Social Media Players' and 'Dear Men'.
Some important points :
1) Just because a woman is bold and speaks her mind, doesn’t mean that she entertains flirting as well. Being outspoken doesn’t mean that she is holding up a ‘FLIRT WITH ME’ neon sign.
2) When she says ‘NO’, she means ‘GET AWAY, YOU TWERP’, not ‘COME SEDUCE ME WITH YOUR BAD ENGLISH’.
I don’t see what’s so difficult to understand!!
Indian men…where do I start?
At home, Indian men are torn between following traditions and being modern/trendy. They choose to do the latter on the sly, in order to adhere to the former.
Most of them are mama’s boys, so they will make up an enchanting tale if ever confronted by the girl, and will hide under the pallu of their mum’s sarees, seeking protection from a girl who should evidently be scared of them (because of their stalking), not them of her.
They will blame the girl for everything, saying that she led them on, and the worst part is their mothers believe every word they say. Their sons are angels, innocent caring angels to them. (I’ve experienced this personally, so I know what I’m talking about).
Friends have told me what a bad reputation Indian men have abroad. They have this misconception that sexting and meaningless flings are synonymous with developed countries, which isn’t always the case.
No woman, foreigner or Indian, would want to receive a message asking for pictures of her body parts, which she would never want to show to anyone other than her better half.
In order to avoid creeping women out, men (especially Indian men) need to follow certain rules when speaking to women (especially online) :
1) Don’t say anything to a woman, you wouldn’t say to your mother.
2) Keep your parts in your pants. Nobody wants to see them.
3) If you want to see body parts, then go buy a mannequin, and pray that it doesn’t run away after getting offended by your staring.
4) Stop stalking (online or offline)- it’s extremely horrifying, and we (women) may have the inclination to run to the nearest police station.
P. S. I’ve had bad experiences with men online, and no matter how many posts I write on this topic, their creepiness just gets creepier.
Anyway, as always, this doesn’t apply to all men. It applies to certain ambitious ones (you’ll know who you are) – I’m watching you.