Why do females have such harsh opinions about other females?
I find it extremely interesting when females tear each other apart for no reason other than making themselves feel better.
I hear so many conversations - it's not really eavesdropping if they're being loud :) - where females are tearing away at another female. They expel harsh opinions on make-up, clothes and attitude. I suppose it wouldn't be bad if it was all in good jest, but these words are like knives cutting apart any female they don't relate with.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but the holier-than-thou bullshit attitude that's attached to it has got to go.
For example: Why does this type of female feel the need to call another female "slutty" or "trampy" because of the way she's dressed? Why have a negative opinion about the amount of make-up she's wearing? Or care if she does something else to attract make attention?
Yes, I understand it's all about an antiquated mating process and the females who talk shit don't feel the need to "submit" themselves to these outdated rituals and blah, blah, blah, but I ask myself if that's the way they really feel about it? If they really feel like they don't have to "submit" to these situations, then why do they care about those who do? And furthermore, why demean them?
Why don't they cheer them on for doing what they please and empowering themselves? If the females who talk shit don't want to dress that way, why care? If they don't want that much make-up on their face, why does it bother them so? And they're obviously not trying to attract the kind of male that likes this, so why not thank those females for taking those dudes off our hands?
If it's not a game they want to be a part of, why care about it at all?
Before I conclude this rant, I can't sign off without calling out the girls who make fun of the "plain Janes" the way they make fun of them with the exact opposite attacks. It's a vicious cycle that turns and turns and turns.
The feminine mystique both lives in and transcends the rituals created by society for the definition of beauty. And because we live amongst these "rituals", it's natural to feel compelled to either play along or rebel. But, in the end, we must be intelligent enough to understand the game in order to not care about it - no matter which side we find ourselves on.