Why do women have to be related to you for it to occur to you to respect them?You’ve known her since you were a pubescent boy and you’ve always sensed an attraction, but never acted on it.
OK fine, maybe you still are drooling over her, but here’s a guide to understanding why making a move on your friend’s sister may not be as big of a deal as it once seemed: Comedic value You’ve always joked around about how hot she is so your friend has to be well aware of the fact that he’s the bro in the group with the hot sister.In a high school, he probably took offense to it, pouted like a little schoolgirl and swore to fight anyone who laid a hand on her.Although he’s probably going to be sore about you making a pass at her now, he’s not going to hold it over your head for more than a few minutes and there won’t be any physical altercation, or at least I hope there’s not.In most cases, bros should be able to laugh about this kind of stuff if they’re in college or in their mid-20s.
"I do not want art for a few, any more than education for a few, or freedom for a few." - William Morris Lebanese / Muslim / designer / illustrator / geekgirl / cinephile Mostly I use this tumblr for yelling about films and sexism blog / twitter / film log 2016 / reading log 2016 Background by Cryptovolans, color edited by me If you're here about the bro code post: it was not intended as a generalization. This whole bro code thing where if a guy dates his friend’s sister he’s betraying the friend is wild, you would think your sister dating your friend meant you didn’t have to worry because he’s someone you know and trust but it just goes to show how all these bros know one another to be misogynistic and predatory and regularly exhibit that behavior around one another, and it’s all fun and games and bros before hos until somebody hits on somebody’s sister.
Like, clearly you are aware that you are all gross to women but that’s okay with you as long as you and your friends are targeting random women and no one is doing the same to your sister or mother?