Bumble said that Ashley was merely viewing herself as an equal."And while you may view this as 'neo-liberal, Beyonce, feminist cancer', and rant about the personal wounds you are trying to heal from classic 'entitled gold-digging whores', we are going to keep working," it continued."We are going to expand our reach and make sure that women everywhere receive the message that they are just as empowered in their personal lives as they are in the workplace.
We are going to continue to build a world that makes small-minded, misogynist boys like you feel outdated."We are going to hope that one day, you come around."We hope that the hate and resentment welling up inside of you will subside and you'll be able to engage in everyday conversations with women without being cowardice to their power."But until that day comes, Connor, consider yourself blocked from Bumble."Ouch.
And Ashley was pretty impressed with their letter, telling them so on Facebook.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! I'm routinely contacted by men who didn't go to college AND they have kids.
"You assumed that she was prying into your financial status."We are going to venture a guess into the state of mind of Ashley here, given that we are all working women ourselves.
Take a seat, because this concept may blow your mind. It's happened over time, we know, but a vast majority of women from our generation have jobs.
Here is something else -- online dating, if nothing else, really hones your bull-shit-meter. Do you wait tables at Denny's part time while you work on a script that is sure to make you the next Tarantino? So when I meet you in person, one of the very first things I notice about you, outside of your great butt and smoldering eyes (if you're lucky), is how tall you truly are. Within seconds of our first encounter, I'm gonna know if you're Honest Abe, or a dirty, stinkin' height-fibber.