“It’s not aimed at you.”

/“It’s not aimed at you.”

Men apparently can’t differentiate between “bad” and “aimed at an audience that isn’t men“… now with stats!

Personally, I first noticed this phenomenon with Twilight. Protip, people: if your criticism of the book/film boils down to, “I don’t like it because I’m not a teenage girl” well then guess what? No one gives a shit.

2017-07-17T11:40:00+00:0030th September, 2016|Tags: culture, pop culture|
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5 Comments

  1. underthewetmoon 30th September, 2016 at 11:24 am

    The whole target audience thing really struck me when it came to the new Ghostbusters. Because every woman I’ve talked to who saw it, loved it, came out of it feeling like a little kid, went and told their friends about it. Men? Some enjoyed it, but the majority I know thought that it was unfunny and couldn’t understand the admiration of McKinnon. The same thing happened with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Women – and non-binary folks – overall loved the shit out of it. Men? Much more middling…. (more)

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