|Mr Puggsly said:
1. The Brazillian PR department being all men is not necessarily a big deal. Its certainly not the entire company and clearly they are open to working with women.
2. Responding to harassment is not the problem. A direct comparison would be a black person acting like an asshole so you mock the entire race. She should be smarter than that, but many people believe attacking men is acceptable.
1. No one is saying it's a big deal per se, that just kind of explains their statement.
2. She obviously replied in one of the worst ways, but imagine receiving hundreds of messages like that every time you post a picture. It feels like that was just the one that made her snap.
Also if your a woman so easily triggered, and representing a compony, dont post pictures+videos of yourself rideing mechanical bulls.
She shouldnt have replied to that guy, if she couldnt do it without being a bigger dick, than the person that wrote that comment to her.
Also I bet if you look at who their market base is (ei. how many people buy their products by geneder), you ll find its like 95% male.
"you can ride me as much as you want".
^ thats actually super positive. This (singular) Man approves of her looks, in her sexy video she posted (for attention).
Its to be expected if your a hot woman, and do sexy videos, you ll end up getting this type of attention.
"There's always an asshole to talk shit and sexualize women, even when the woman is making a joke, right? That's why (all) men are trash."
^ this is genderisation of all men.
And if she didnt want attention, why is she posting videos of mechanical bull rideing? Plus its not even that offensive a comment.
Hers is much more offensive imo.
So you're blaming the victim. You're using the exact same argument of those people that say that women shouldn't use short clothes if they don't want to be raped. Come on. Be better.
She didn't post a video, she posted a picture. And it was not even close to sexy, it was just a picture of a woman riding a mechanical bull, even looking kind of nervous because u know, people ride mechanical bulls, it's fun. She shouldn't be forced to stop posting the absolutely normal non-sexual pictures because some stupid guys in the internet can't handle seeing a human being with boobs without being assholes.
Saying "you can ride me as much as you want" is not positive. It's extremely uncomfortable. It was not a sexy or provocative picture.
So, people find out that Razr's PR department is full of men and that is used to prove how Razr is the bad one?
Kinda funny how people use a typical generalization to complain about a company which acts against generalizations.
That doesn't mean Razer is the bad one. It only means that they didn't have any female input when writing their statement. That's all that means.
A woman puts up sexy images or videos and expects to get hit on by stacks of guys, it is fair game
There is nothing wrong with compliments like: lovely eyes, nice boobs, great hair!
All fair and reasonable to say those things.
With social media/dating apps, guys can harass as many women he wants online and get away with it.
It was not sexy. Just because there's a woman in a picture, it doesn't mean it's sexy. And there was no video, it was just a picture.
"Nice boobs" is not a compliment! It's extremely uncomfortable. What if a guy posted a regular picture and half of the women in the comments were like "fuck me", or "nice package". It's terrible.
I just love btw how the op is presumably male and has extremism in quotation marks as if its debatable whether men are trash or not
I took the title from the article. "Extremism" is in quotations because the article is quoting Razer. Quotes have multiple functions, you know?
That's a completely different person, I don't know what that has to do with anything.