12 People Share the Things Men Can Do Freely but Women Are Typically Judged For

12 People Share the Things Men Can Do Freely but Women Are Typically Judged For

It was in 1920 that, after a century of marching, women finally gained the right to vote in the United States. Following this, many other countries around the world agreed to provide this right to women. This marked a significant change in history, however, there is still much to be done. We dug deep into Reddit to learn what opinions the community has regarding the differences in freedom between men and women, and these are some of their responses.

1. “Eating large amounts of food at a restaurant”

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2. “Not shaving”

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3. “Going to.p.less”

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4. “Aging”

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5. “Weightlifting”

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6. “Being overweight”

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7. “Late-night parties”

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8. “Wearing the same clothes for multiple occasions”

9. “Arguing. I’ve seen times where the man is flying off the handle, but a not even raised voice retort from a woman, and she’s called emotional.”

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10. “Deciding not to have children”

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11. “Shaving their head”

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12. “Dating a younger partner”

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Double standards can be really annoying sometimes. But there are some differences between men and women that even science agrees with. Check them out:

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