Maybe I’m just too old, but I see both sides. Sadly both bring out good points, no reason to feel creepy about either side. Maybe the Gentleman was just frustrated at seeing and hearing the complaints of young women who kept dating the same type of men over and over again. Have we as a society become so hardened that showing compassion and concern is considered “creepy?” As a Father of 3 women, an only and older brother/Father of 6 sisters and a Grandfather of 4 young women to be, I can see the lessons from both sides. thankfully my Clan and our immediate circles see my concerns as being compassion, not creepy of stalking……………………………. Then again, I am Olddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddder
If you’re on social media, you might have heard about the ‘creepy’ letter that was found on a dorm bulletin board at New Mexico State University (NMSU is my alma mater). Meagan, a 22-year-old NMSU student and Tumblr blogger said she found the following note:
I get it.
You don’t want a pleasant evening chat.
You don’t want a gentleman to walk you to your car.
You don’t want a friendly dude to help you carry your groceries… or hold open the door… or crush the life out of other men that would do you harm.
Fine – fear the good guys… I guess we’ll have to just suffer through watching you get broken over and over by the scum you think you love.
But I want you to know – it’s not easy and it hurts to see you fall.
Give the good guys a chance to help you be…
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