Amazing what a bit of snark can do to the totally ridiculous habit of victim-shaming by the public at large.
If it seems stupid for you to be expected to do things in any other normal environment, then believe me, women also think it’s stupid for us to be expected to do it to avoid “inviting” the sting.
I reject your stupid patriarchal reality and substitute my own intelligence.
It is simply shocking that in the year 2012 people are still getting stung by bees, even when we all know perfectly well the best ways to avoid this. Clearly, people are being frivolous and uncareful in their personal protection and if they took this kind of threat a bit more seriously, maybe they wouldn’t hate themselves so badly after an attack. So, in the spirit of victim-shaming, let me share with you the best methods for avoiding being stung by a bee. Remember: if you are stung by a bee, you should immediately consult this list to discover what you did wrong. It is never the bee’s fault, always yours. With that in mind, let us begin.
- Invest in the best locks and doors you can. Never enjoy a summer’s breeze. Having an unlocked or open window is like an invitation to a feisty bee to invade your home and puncture…
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