Making a character in a book seem realistic and interesting is no easy task. It’s not down to just your skills as a writer, though. You actually have to know a bit about who you’re writing about. In other words—do your research. Unfortunately, there are some male writers out there who seem to have major problems writing female characters and seem shy about asking their female friends for advice.

That’s where the ‘Men Write Women’ Twitter page comes in. It documents the scariest and most cringe-worthy examples of men writing about women without having any idea about them or their anatomy. Scroll down and read for yourselves, dear Pandas, because some of these examples have to be seen to be believed—that’s how unreal they are. Remember to upvote the best of the worst.

The project was started back in 2019 when Meghan Vondriska launched her version of the ‘Men Writing Women’ Reddit community. Now, the ‘Men Write Women’ Twitter page has 63k followers and there are 666 fans who follow their Instagram page. Very spooky and perfect for Halloween. "Women just want to be written as human. That's it. There isn't some wild scientific equation to writing women, and it isn't difficult. Write them as human, with complex feelings, not as body parts that happen to be put together into a feminine form," Vondriska told Bored Panda.

More info: Twitter | Instagram | MegVondriska.com

#1

This Is The Best One Yet

This Is The Best One Yet

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago

Lord of the Toilet Rings

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We Don’t Get Real Pockets In Pants Because We Have Tiny Purses In Our Vaginas!!! (Stuart Woods, Desperate Measures)

We Don’t Get Real Pockets In Pants Because We Have Tiny Purses In Our Vaginas!!! (Stuart Woods, Desperate Measures)

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Vincent Philippart
Community Member
6 months ago

Is that possible? (Don't judge. I don't do vaginas, so they're a bit of mystery to me)

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"3 And A Half Milliboobs Per Handful"

"3 And A Half Milliboobs Per Handful"

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Samantha Lomb
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6 months ago

hahaha omg. Miliboobs

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"I'm an avid reader, but the straw that broke the camel's back was a novel my boyfriend lent me, where the female character was described by her breasts and the male character was described by his personality. Working in advertising, I tend to be Very Online, and so taking my anger to Twitter seemed like a natural parallel. I was familiar with the Men Writing Women subreddit, but created a Twitter account in order to craft a consistent narrative and to build a community that wasn't hidden behind anonymity," Vondriska revealed what inspired her to create 'Men Write Women.'

Vondriska, from Wisconsin, devours 3 to 5 books each week. (Meanwhile, our piles of started-but-unfinished books keep on growing.)

According to the founder of the 'Men Write Women' Twitter page, a lot of male writers who tend to be thought of as the "founders of the literary canon" are continuous offenders. "John Updike, for instance. But the greatest repeat offender is definitely Stephen King. His portrayal of his female characters is honestly offensive," Vondriska said.

#4

Yes, Men Would Be Amaaazing At Handling Pregnancy - Evolution Really Screwed This One Up. Bonus Points For “No Woman Gets Raped Unless She’s Looking For It.”

Yes, Men Would Be Amaaazing At Handling Pregnancy - Evolution Really Screwed This One Up. Bonus Points For “No Woman Gets Raped Unless She’s Looking For It.”

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

I feel like this idiot may also be a sitting member of Congress. https://time.com/3001785/todd-akin-legitimate-rape-msnbc-child-of-rape/

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#5

Well Damn, Where Are All My Kids Then??

Well Damn, Where Are All My Kids Then??

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Angela Turrall
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6 months ago

But did she have a tiny purse in her vagina? Just big enough for her drivers license?

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#6

Let's Not Forget This Gem Either

Let's Not Forget This Gem Either

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago (edited)

Just imagine the reverse: "every hair in my beard becoming a tiny penis"

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However, it isn't all doom and gloom in the literary world. There are male writers who can write women well, too. "Terry Pratchett is wonderful, and I've yet to see a submission from Michael Crichton," Vondriska shared that she, like many of us, is a Pratchett fan.

Vondriska also pointed out that, in her opinion, the best writers are well-read. So she encouraged all of us to read more and (most importantly) read more widely.

"Pay attention to what you're reading, and who you're reading. You have to make sure your bookshelf isn't made up of just men. Add in some spice—some female authors, some nonbinary authors, authors of color. And lastly, just because you were assigned a book in high school, doesn't mean its good!"

#7

Ugly Women Without Good Personalities Should Kill Themselves [rivers Of London By Ben Aaronovitch]

Ugly Women Without Good Personalities Should Kill Themselves [rivers Of London By Ben Aaronovitch]

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Vincent Philippart
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6 months ago (edited)

Jesus...

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#8

This Made My Breasts Frown

This Made My Breasts Frown

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Rowlie
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6 months ago

Lately my breasts only cry and sigh deeply. I miss all the smiling

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#9

That's Not How Any Of This Works

That's Not How Any Of This Works

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago

HAHAHAHAHA

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#10

Unsurprisingly, The Book's Terrible Writing From A "Proclaimed" Writer Does Not End Here (The Wedding Plot, Jeffrey Eugenides)

Unsurprisingly, The Book's Terrible Writing From A "Proclaimed" Writer Does Not End Here (The Wedding Plot, Jeffrey Eugenides)

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

Boobs are testicles. They don't "withdraw" because there is muscle and a rib cage underneath and they are just mounds of fat and milk producing tissue. I feel like so many people here did not pay attention in health class. How can they be so clueless about the female body?

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#11

Male Authors Writing Women Are Actually Just Horror Stories And Here's Why

Male Authors Writing Women Are Actually Just Horror Stories And Here's Why

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Vincent Philippart
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6 months ago

She was "probably" molested?? How does that work?

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#12

Ah Yes, Exactly How I'd Describe Myself (The Diamond Age, Neal Stephenson)

Ah Yes, Exactly How I'd Describe Myself (The Diamond Age, Neal Stephenson)

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Theodore Theodora
Community Member
6 months ago

Woman: "I'm SO HOT omg." Dude: "Just like my dead wife." What?!

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#13

I'm Sorry, Her Breasts Do What

I'm Sorry, Her Breasts Do What

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Stephanie Did It
Community Member
6 months ago

I've had more bras ripped to pieces that way

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#14

She's Eleven And Scared But Let's Talk About Her Nipples

She's Eleven And Scared But Let's Talk About Her Nipples

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Rowlie
Community Member
6 months ago

Stranger danger

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#15

This Whole Book Has Both My Eyes And My Boobs Rolling.

This Whole Book Has Both My Eyes And My Boobs Rolling.

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Squee
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6 months ago

H-how would you even...?

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#16

Be Horrified With The Rest Of Us

Be Horrified With The Rest Of Us

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Lord Mysticlaw
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6 months ago

Men like Conde should not be surprised that sexy women love other women, and he really should try to help that male chauvinism.

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Breasts Totally Get Scared

Breasts Totally Get Scared

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago

My breasts are embarrassed by this.

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The Count Of Monte Cristo- 1884

The Count Of Monte Cristo- 1884

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RaroaRaroa
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6 months ago

Poor old lady. :-D

Neva Nevičica
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6 months ago

As a 36 old worn out hag, i can totally relate :D

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Martha Meyer
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6 months ago

Well, back then a lot if women were already grandmas in their mid thirties.

Issey
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6 months ago

But not considered OLD. That is a myth.

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Blue
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6 months ago

When I was 50 I looked about 37 ( good genes) I was out with my dad once at a function when a male attendee struck up a conversation with me. About 15 min in the conversation birthdays came up and I mentioned that I had just turned 50. No exaggeration at all. The guy ( who was in his 40ties) stopped mid sentence. Looked at me in disgust and loudly proclaimed "WHAT, you're 50. I thought you were like 35 or something" Then he stomped away mumbling under his breath in absolute disgust. Some men are just complete idiots.

Tabitha L
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6 months ago

What?? Like you weren't worth speaking to because you were 50? And he was in his 40s? UGHHHH. That is all I can say. UGGGHHHHH.

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GFSTaylor
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6 months ago

This was published in 1884. Many people aged faster than they do now and expectations were different. At 36, she would be expected to be settling into a respectable middle-age, not to be youthful and beautiful.

Erynn Schwellinger
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6 months ago

There's other comments explaining this. Basically - no. Statistics are deceptive and never trust the mean.

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Anna Repp
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6 months ago

Well, to be fair, all 19th century literature is like that. I remember reading Crime and Punishment and Dostoyevsky writes a lot about Raskolnikov's old mother and you get an impression she's like 90 or so... She's actually 42.

Seabeast
Community Member
6 months ago

To be fair, women didn't have access to birth control then. Get married at 18, have umpteen pregnancies by age 36, you would look older than a modern 36 year old does.

M Kate McCulloch
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6 months ago

to be fair - when this was written, the average life span of women was about 45 years and we women were married off and first "flowering," (you know, our menstrual cycle beginning) so like between 10 on the young side and 16 on the high side and 16 was considered older after 18, prospects decreased significantly, and good lord if you weren't married by the time you were 20 - spinsterhood awaited.

Rachel Waller
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6 months ago

Actually, women hit puberty a lot later then - better nutrition and healthcare causes earlier development, same as people now are a lot taller than back then. They'd be starting at fifteen-sixteen as standard, not ten, and marriage was usually a little after that. Nobles could be betrothed and married off pretty much as soon as they were born, but they wouldn't be expected to actually consummate the marriage until the girl was old enough to have a chance of surviving pregnancy (late teens at least).

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JessRS
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6 months ago

If the average life span was 50 years old then yes, she was very old.

Erynn Schwellinger
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6 months ago

The mean is deceptive. 60 was old.

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Jo Choto
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6 months ago

Written when women just died hideously in a cloud of dust at 40.

Azrael Haraldssen
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6 months ago

Before you have a fit, the average life span in the mid 1800s was 45-50 years old, especially for women of childbearing years, who often died of simple complications. Sanitation was not what it is today. And I'm cisfemale.

Shelley DuVal
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6 months ago

back in the day of this book, 36 was getting old, usually from all the hard work women did to please the men, popping out many babies and all.

Elizabeth Guiles
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6 months ago

can't imagine why I was so insecure when I was in my thirties. I was one hot Mama!!!

Lakerea Burrell
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6 months ago

I mean, in his defense, this was the 1800s and a 36 year old woman is old for back then.

Amy Pattie
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6 months ago

Yes and no, stress would have aged their appearance, but so long as they survived disease without medication, they could have lived to their 80’s.

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theotherther1
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6 months ago

I think this was written when most women were lucky to live to their thirties.

bv7hearts
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6 months ago

My thirty-nine years tell you to go f**k a duck.

Animal lover❤
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6 months ago

Ah, her time is coming. What kind of casket do you want?

Lord Mysticlaw
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6 months ago

Ouch.

Beatrice Multhaupt
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5 days ago

In defense of the author: dental care wasn't up to modern standards back then.

RM Ro
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2 weeks ago

Anything over 29 is a corpse, right? Ugh.

Nothing Fancy
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3 weeks ago

Ah...the golden years as she faces her mortality. She's barely hanging on!

Brooklyn Costley
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1 month ago

this is one of my dad and grandmas favorite books

Jackie Swenson
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1 month ago

umm my mom is 36 and she looks like a teen still

Kyle Bartz
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1 month ago

People aged earlier back then.... life spans were shorter.

Todd Wood
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2 months ago

I mean, considering life expectancy when this was written was around 29 years old.....

mir-an-duhhh
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2 months ago

This sounds like it was written by a dude in his 50’s or 60’s who only dated women in their 20’s... and when she turns 30 he leaves her for someone younger.

Ella Greenman
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2 months ago

Scuse u

Deep
Community Member
3 months ago

Well he must be counting in dog years

BananaAnna
Community Member
3 months ago

This is not a bad analogy. In the Counts day, it was not unusual for anyone, male or female, to die before age 40 or 50. Especially, if they were poor. Madame Danglars does appear to be of the elite class.

MALEC GWITTER
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3 months ago

Damn. One of the few rules of women, and you broke number one.

Leila Noury
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3 months ago

she owns thirty-six years

LegendYak
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3 months ago

oh no, not THIRTY SIX! How elderly!

unusual spider
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3 months ago

bet the main character is 40

Rhylie W.
Community Member
4 months ago

Men do know that you're not a senior citizen until 60, right?

bastillee
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4 months ago

Not surprising when the life expectancy in France in 1844 was around 45.

Esmé Adgnot
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5 months ago

I mean, to be fair, youre technically old around 60 nowadays even if you could die at 80 so she was probably considered old back then. My historical accuracy about lifespan is not perfect but....

Franek Mierzwiński
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5 months ago (edited)

Do not forget people in former centuries had a shorter life expectancy. Statistically speaking, the average life expectancy in the 19th century was 35.6 years for men and 38.4 years for women. 40 year old grandmothers were the norm. And majority of the population was poor and bad nourished compared to our todays standart. There are many pictures in the net from people in USA in time of the big depression. 25 year old women looking like 40, with bad or without teeth.

Heather Menard
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5 months ago

That was old back then

Tiger Lily
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5 months ago

oh no....36.....shes a relic!

Amaranthim Talon
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5 months ago

In fairness, people did not generally live to a "ripe old age" of say forty, back then ;) Well, I am exaggerating, but you get the point. People died young.. and life was hard- so at 20 you might look 60 -

Avalon Barnard
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6 months ago

She prepearing for her funeral yet?

Hannah Evans
Community Member
6 months ago

Do be fair, back then if you were 27 you were past your prime and probably by thirty eight you'd popped out a few children without painkillers or any extra help during pregnancy and it took even more effort to make yourself look pretty for your husband.

Nicole Tomme
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6 months ago

Yep and her breasts must be Danglars

Athletic_Girl
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6 months ago

Grrrr

TS Rhodes
Community Member
6 months ago

This was written a long time ago, and women aged faster. Everybody did.

Biana Vacker
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6 months ago

36?! How old does this person think36 is?

Bewarethenargles
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6 months ago

My mom is older than that and she still looks fine.

Marcin Wiesniak
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6 months ago

50 years was a typical lifespan back then

Anxious-lesbian-disaster
Community Member
6 months ago

So old

Alex Firebird
Community Member
6 months ago

wow shes elderly

Wonderful
Community Member
6 months ago

Welp I’m 38 so I guess I’m screwed. Ill be back, gotta sign up for my aarp and have the early bird special at 4:30. And rant about those darn kids walking on my lawn. Dag nabbit.

Lisa Tetlow
Community Member
6 months ago

36 years old? How is she even still alive??

Donna Mixon
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6 months ago

Read this in 4th grade.

Daniel Nilssen
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6 months ago

I think the time and place this book was written should be considered but not enough people consider how a woman looks on the inside and not outside.

Delboy
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6 months ago

The book written in 1844, life expectancy was in the mid 40's I think.... So 36 was quite old back then...

Blue
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6 months ago

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Gayle Hunter-Gatherer
Community Member
6 months ago

I remember when I thought mid 30's was old. Then I had two kids after age 35.

Celtic Pirate Queen
Community Member
6 months ago

I was pretty f*****g hot at 36, thank you very much.

Elijah Snow
Community Member
6 months ago

Now, this is f****d up. This is like the second or third REAL example that I've seen so far in this list.

Elizabeth Gardner
Community Member
6 months ago

But in that era that was old sadly.

pusheen buttercup
Community Member
6 months ago

To be fair this was probably written when people died earlier and maybe didn't age as well

Colleen Hindson
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6 months ago

Ha! Well people didn't live as long then. But here again, a woman is first and foremost valued for her looks.

Eden Van Essen
Community Member
6 months ago

To be fair, life expectancy in 1860 is listed at 39. 36 was old then.

Fencat
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6 months ago

Yes, even in the early Nero Wolfe books (1940s, I think), Archie Goodwin declared that women over 30 were too old to have passes made at them. I think that's the reason people say that your 50s are your new thirties (I'm 55, so don't be offended, older folk!) ;)

Debby Bright
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6 months ago

At 36 she must be ready for the old folks’ home!

Catherine Bartholome
Community Member
6 months ago

We get old too early! !

Anna Bender
Community Member
6 months ago

I was in a play once (see how they run-1946) where the character I played was described as 'a spinster of 35.

Bron
Community Member
6 months ago

Woah!

Pandana
Community Member
6 months ago

Ah yes, because woman stop being beautiful after the age of twenty, is that it? have you EVEN SEEN Julie Andrews rn?

Joyce Berman
Community Member
6 months ago

I wish that I were that old. (I'm twice that.)

May Be
Community Member
6 months ago

This book was written a very long time ago and at a time when people suffered a lot more health problems, including some that affected their appearance. I can imagine a similar statement being made about a thirty-six year old man.

JD Lee
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6 months ago

Does turning 36 give a woman a pair of dappled greys? That’s certainly a new name for them. From now on I’m calling the girls “My Dappled Greys”.

Granny
Community Member
6 months ago

Morcerf?? Mortalent I say..

Britta B
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6 months ago

I am 36 and I feel offended...(not actually ;) )

Ivy Ruonakoski
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6 months ago

The old crone! Bah!

Alice Welsh
Community Member
6 months ago

Ok, but the average life expectancy for women at that time was under 20 (yay natural childbirth), and for men under 40. So in those terms 36 was pretty ancient.

Gemma Hall
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6 months ago

Adding that quote to my bio for my next birthday!!

Gail Pattison
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6 months ago

Depending on when this was written, life expectancy would account for aged looks.

Veronica Vatter
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6 months ago

This is an accurate representation of attitude in this time period though. Not just the author.

Riina Kallioinen
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6 months ago

Okay, not nice, but to be fair, the time period in which that story is set, women were considered to be their best around age 15-19. 26 was already half-way to be a sad old spinster lady.

Magna Linnevers
Community Member
6 months ago

This one I kind of get. Back then, when the book was written, 36 was advanced. With all the hardships and poor nutrition, she probably did look like she was in her 70s.

Sean Cliffe
Community Member
6 months ago

Bare in mind that people in the 1800s only lived to the age of 40, if they were lucky to.

Suzanne Mitchell-Klent
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6 months ago

Back then, 36 was an old biddy!

Kathy Lord Tate
Community Member
6 months ago

The average life expectancy when this was written was 44.5 yrs for women.

Cybele Spanjaard
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6 months ago

In those times many did not live beyond 40.. or so. They aged much earlier with less help than we have today.

Syed Salah
Community Member
6 months ago

In those days girls use to get married at 16 and life expectency was around 40 . So she was an old hag of 36 .

Eric Lafleur
Community Member
6 months ago

To his defense, life expectancy in 1884 must have been around 50 years, but still...

Kent Grigsby
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6 months ago

Life expectancy was 51 years old for a woman born in 1884 Is she was born in 1834 it was 23 years old. This woman was born in 1848 so 36 years old is not young for the time.

Sasha Kuleshov
Community Member
6 months ago

Old by 19th century standards XD

Svetlana Boycheva Woltering
Community Member
6 months ago

This is not so strange. Life expectancy was barely reaching forty..

Issey
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6 months ago

Excuse me? That is a myth. Even back then people aged well into their 70s.

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Patricia Rix
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6 months ago

It frosts me when I read of 50-somethings being described as "elderly". I would gladly remain 50-something for the rest of my life.

pebs
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6 months ago

Oh, come on, this kind of description can be found in any book from the 19th century (or before) or even from the early 20th century, when people in general were aging earlier. There is no point in reporting it as if it were a current offense. Also, the old books are filled with descriptions of 45-50 year old men as old. So?

Maureen Matthew
Community Member
6 months ago

1n 1884 life expectancy was about 50s so a woman at 36 would be considered old. Remember the overall health was as poor, likely she had bad teeth and bad jointd

KoalaLa
Community Member
6 months ago

Thank god, I have 9 more kinda off good years to go

Iris Wolfie (づ ◕‿◕ )づ
Community Member
6 months ago

Wow such old, much ancient.

Full of Giggles
Community Member
6 months ago

Sweet baby, Jesus! Someone else finally caught the line. I had to read the sentence 3 or 4 times just to make sure I read it correctly. I did. Unfortunately.

Jamma
Community Member
6 months ago

Well, people didn't age as well or live as long back then... Anyway, this is a truly great and epic book.

Vorknkx
Community Member
6 months ago

Considering the average life span back in that era...

Jayson Hammer
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6 months ago

Madame Danglars.

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Plz Put This On My Tombstone #submission (The Dogs, Scott Smith)

Plz Put This On My Tombstone #submission (The Dogs, Scott Smith)

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

Barbie doesn't have a vagina. Would anyone describe a man as " Bob- sweet, green eyed bob, with his short red hair, his musky skin and his Ken doll penis"?

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#20

*me To My Friend* Excuse Me, May I Please Borrow Your Eyeballs?

*me To My Friend* Excuse Me, May I Please Borrow Your Eyeballs?

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Bacony Cakes
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6 months ago

*brandishes ice cream scoop* Your eyeballs, please.

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#21

She Was Flesh And Blood, Not The 2D Woman He Was Used To Objectifying On Television, And For That She Was All The More Special (A Time On Earth, Vihelm Moberg)

She Was Flesh And Blood, Not The 2D Woman He Was Used To Objectifying On Television, And For That She Was All The More Special (A Time On Earth, Vihelm Moberg)

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Stephanie Did It
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6 months ago

But no head, brain or mouth. How convenient!

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#22

Literally No Woman Would Ever Do This (Misterioso, Arne Dahl)

Literally No Woman Would Ever Do This (Misterioso, Arne Dahl)

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

Well she might if she wants him to go away. And since it appears he is creeping on her in her sleep that might be her goal. The bigger problem appears to be that he feels like he as a right to sex

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#23

Only Sluts Have Hairy Legs (The Things They Carried, Tim O'brien)

Only Sluts Have Hairy Legs (The Things They Carried, Tim O'brien)

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

dry sounds like she just needs to use more lotion. dry skin is horribly itchy

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#24

Thank God For The Bikini Wax.

Thank God For The Bikini Wax.

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Charlotte A.
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6 months ago

Since when do bruises make your body sexier?

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#25

Wish I Had Pillowy Breasts! Taken From Ben Fountain’s Brief Encounters With Che Guevara

Wish I Had Pillowy Breasts! Taken From Ben Fountain’s Brief Encounters With Che Guevara

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

I'm more concerned by the fact he seems to routinely check out boys' butts and uses that as the benchmark of sexy.

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#26

The Rest Reads “Dad Is Looking Like He Made A Better Decision Every Year”. What?!?

The Rest Reads “Dad Is Looking Like He Made A Better Decision Every Year”. What?!?

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Samantha Lomb
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6 months ago

wow that is very Oedipal.

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#27

This Is A Totally Anatomically Normal Thing For Breasts To Do #submission (We Can Remember It For You Wholesale, Philip Dick)

This Is A Totally Anatomically Normal Thing For Breasts To Do #submission (We Can Remember It For You Wholesale, Philip Dick)

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Rowlie
Community Member
6 months ago

That nail....

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#28

#menwritingwomen No Wonder Some Of Them Think Our Breasts Stop Us From Doing Stuff If They Think We’re As Obsessed As They Are. We Can’t Get Away From Them. Oh Must Do This Important Thing But Wait!

#menwritingwomen No Wonder Some Of Them Think Our Breasts Stop Us From Doing Stuff If They Think We’re As Obsessed As They Are. We Can’t Get Away From Them. Oh Must Do This Important Thing But Wait!

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Samantha Lomb
Community Member
6 months ago

Well this seems to reinforce every ugly stereotype of men being sex crazed horndogs

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#29

'the Shining', By Stephen King. Its Always Breasts

'the Shining', By Stephen King. Its Always Breasts

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Bacony Cakes
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6 months ago

Your human disguise doesn't work when you're a goat.

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