I think it is unfair to claim that horror portrays women as unintelligent. There are a lot of stupid people in horror films; some of them just happen to be women.
It’s not just in Hollywood: Sexual misconduct—particularly perpetuated by male authority figures—happens everywhere.
The worst part about these commute conversations is that you cannot get away. You are stuck sitting next to that person and making awkward small talk for your entire commute.
Women especially face a lot of social pressure to procreate and get married. Society dictates that if women can have children that they absolutely should as soon as they get married, but this is not at all the case.
The problem with these resorts is you can’t really call them “travelling,” you would more accurately call it “vacationing.”
Many radical second-wave feminists—colloquially called TERFs, for trans-exclusionary radical feminists—claimed that because trans women “aren’t born women,” they cannot understand the kind of subjection “real” women experience. This thought process is echoed in many of Vancouver’s shelters refusal to provide resources to trans women.
Not only is the way that Myanmar is being dealt with completely unacceptable, I believe it also shows the United Nations to be compliant by allowing these atrocities to occur.