Remember that children, marriages, and flower gardens reflect the kind of care they get.
H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
We live during a time where most women fight hard to gain the respect they deserve. They fight for equal pay, equal rights, and equal justice–all of which they deserve. However, what happens when you have some women who fight so hard that they fail to accept any kind of gestures of chivalry from men? Here, we get a chance to see just how far some women will go to be equal to men.
This video, although a comedy, does make one wonder if it is possible for women to have the balance of fighting for equality while also remaining feminine. Then, it makes one question what it means to be ‘feminine’ when talking about women and how they might behave toward men. If a guy sees a woman looking under the hood of her car and he approaches her to assist, does that mean that he is being disrespectful to her?
Is he saying in his approach that he doubts her ability to fix her own car, or is he simply being a gentleman who is attempting to help someone in need? If it were a man looking under the hood of his car, would he receive the same offer of assistance? In the end, does it really matter?
We are always bombarded throughout the media with images of men who are macho and strong. We constantly see men save women in distress, save the world in distress, and even save animals in distress. Guys can be so strong and brave…or can they?
In this hilarious video, we have a guy hiding inside of an oversized snowman suite that is placed in the center of a city sidewalk. Everyone who walks past the snowman simply thinks that it is a blowup snowman that is placed on the street to celebrate the holidays.
What they don’t know is that the man inside is standing still and waiting on the perfect moment to jump–all in an effort to startle men who walk by. The experiment was created to see just how ‘brave’ men were in the face of a snowman that they believed to be a mere blowup. The results were hilarious.
Hallmark Dating Show – SNL
A bachelorette (Scarlett Johansson) and some eligible bachelors (Beck Bennett, Alex Moffat, Kyle Mooney) participate in a dating show created by the algorithm that makes Hallmark holiday movies.