Here’s the thing – almost no one goes around town trying to be creepy. Most of us are just trying to appear like a normal, likable, functioning member of society, and unless someone tells us that we’re being creepy, maybe it can be hard to spot?
I also think that sometimes creepy is just awkward driving a van without windows, you know?
If you’re a woman, and you’re wondering whether or not something you do can come across as creepy, well, here are 15 answers!
15. I do not know why anyone does this it’s awful.
Tell me that my almost 2 year old son is so handsome and going to break hearts / be a lady killer. If I rolled up to a park and told a mom how good looking her daughter was and that all the boys are going to want her they’d call the cops.
14. So many red flags.
Honestly, hands down, Women who exploit emotions of men. We may not all cry in the movie theatre, but we are not incapable of experiencing deep painful emotional wounds. In general it seems to be more acceptable for women to rag on guys for our image, Like our height, weight, or income. While the flipside being that men cannot criticize women without being a pig.
So yeah, women who nitpick guys for superficial reasons are creepy, arrogant, and covered with more red flags than a game of mine-sweeper.
13. That’s seriously icky.
shot our text conversations and send them to her family and friends for reaction. Like mundane conversations, not even anything interesting. It felt like a very creepy violation of my privacy. Also, she was an idiot. Hope you see this Laura.
12. Hypocrisy looks good on no one.
Being hypocritical about sexism.
Hear about guy hitting girl: “what an asshole!”
Hear about girl hitting guy: “well, what did he do?”
Older man hitting on much younger woman: “what a creep!”
Older woman hitting on much younger man: “you get it girl!”
Making small penis jokes: funny!
Making fat jokes about men: funny!
Making short jokes about men: funny!
Making any jokes about a woman’s appearance: SUPER NOT OK
11. I’ll take Trust Issues for $500, Alex.
“You have to install this GPS tracking app on your phone so I know where you are any time I want to check.”
10. That’s just insecurity.
Always asking if i got flirted with, no matter where I go. “Did anyone flint with you?” “What the hell. Its flag football. Who would flirt with me at flag football”
9. Women like this are no good.
I have a friend that whenever she starts dating a guy, just lists me off thing about the dude like she’s listing a resume. Never anything about the personality or sense of humor or what characteristics about them she enjoys.
It’s job, career, college, earnings, house. I had to tell her it was getting creepy because it just sounds like she’s getting a checklist to impress people, not find a good person for her.
8. No always means no.
Tickling and getting pissed when I don’t like it.
Girl I don’t like getting tickled. I really hate it. I don’t care that it’s some way to show affection I don’t want it and for fuck sake it’s not my problem and I don’t have to “man up” and take it.
What the hell no means no
7. I mean. I get both sides of this one.
Late to the party but I haven’t seen this mentioned yet: distributing nudes they get from guys to their friends without permission. I’ve caught several women doing it and they’ll argue about it if asked to stop. Yet another example of it only being an issue if the genders are reversed.
6. Some things are not for sharing.
Wife bragged to friends about our sex life. We live in a small town and now it feels like everywhere I go, I’m being giggled and smiled at. It’s really violating.
5. Stop means stop, y’all. It’s not cute.
Maybe not creepy, but ffs stop pulling on my beard and arm hair. Like, that shit is seriously uncomfortable, and pulling out a beard hair stings like fuck…it’s literally attached to my face. You are in my personal space, tugging my hair, and causing me a little pain.
Ladies, I don’t care how fun it is, please stop or I’ll make fun of your eyebrows.
4. We’re all adults here.
IDK if it’s just me, but the baby voice + behavior… Really puts me off.
3. Sexual harassment is never okay.
I had a female boss at one job that would try to hug me when she left for the day and I’d always back up and give her my hand to shake. It’s just more professional. She never got the hint more than her mocking me for not wanting to “hold my boss close to my chest.” Sounds creepy when I phrase it like that, right? Well that’s why I’m gonna keep my personal space, thanks.
2. Simple, to the point, and true.
you know what you don’t like men doing? you don’t get to do that either
1. You mean guys don’t do this what.
The way girls share really personal things about guys in relation to sex.
Society and the media would have you believe that guys talk about sex all the time and just objectify the women that theyve slept with. I dont know if maybe I’m just hanging out with the wrong people, but honestly the most you usually get out of a guy is just that they had sex with a girl. And the only time we discuss details are when you’re just like trading stories.
But girls tend to like immediately report on things to their friends, and share details that honestly could be embarrassing or uncomfortable for the guy. It makes me really uncomfortable and creeped out to think that if I sleep with a girls I have to just accept that all of her friends are going to know every detail about the experience. Size,performance, how long it lasted, how I look. It just feels like a huge breach of privacy.
I’m definitely going to read more of these. You know, just in case.
If you’re a guy, what would you add to this list? If you’re a woman, are you surprised by any of these? Let’s dish in the comments!