27F. Today I got into a bit of an altercation at the grocery store. A man wouldn't leave me alone and kept trying to flirt with me, despite me completely ignoring him he followed me around and eventually started making ruder and ruder comments. He took some vegetables out of my trolley and I eventually snapped at him to please leave me alone.
That was when he really got riled up. He asked what I was looking so good for if I couldn't handle attention, asked why I was wearing so much makeup, asked if I enjoyed looking like a slut and being a tease. At that point people started looking at us, but nobody said anything. Not the women, not the men, not the store employees (two teenagers).
He continued to level abuse at me, calling me a slut, a ho, a tease, a bitch.
Besides the rough past few days I've been having, his behaviour and everyone else's passiveness enraged me. My blood was boiling and I couldn't control myself, all I wanted to do was to hurt him. So I said to him, "Shut the fuck up, n****r."
Suddenly, at that point, there were some LOUD protests from the people watching. Some people gasped and others just went like "oh hell no" and "what did you just say?" and just a lot of comments like that. I immediately wondered, where was this energy when this man was following me around, harassing me, and then publicly verbally abusing me with very misogynistic comments?
I just threw the bag of onions at him and left the store and cried in my car for about 15 minutes. I don't think anyone was recording, so I'm not too worried about being the subject of a witch hunt.
But that is my question, basically. Why was everyone so fine with how he was acting towards me? And I know what I did in response was fucked up and unpardonable too, but why did they think it was that much worse?
Hope you guys can be constructive.
EDIT: I'm already getting chat requests calling me "slut" and "white trash" lol. Please note that I'm not white. Thank you!
EDIT 2: Thanks for the helpful responses that explained to me why the crowd may have reacted worse to my actions than to the guy's actions. I have a lot to work on for next time (though I hope it doesn't happen again). And this is pretty fucking rich coming from me, given what I said, but the people seizing the opportunity to be blatantly racist in the comments - I don't want you defending me. Please stop. And the people DMing me "slut", you're the problem as well.
In light of the Brooklyn Nets banning Kyrie Irving from team activities until he is vaccinated, many league members are sharing their opinion on his COVID vaccinе stance, including Karl-Anthony Towns, the Minnesota Timberwolves center who lost seven members of his family to the coronavirus, including his mother in 2020.
"I'm obviously a strong believer in the vaccinе," Towns told NJ.com. "I've been through so much and it would be kind of contradictory to not be on the pro-vaccinе side. But what I will say is that I believe in choice and I like to give people their choice and I have no problem with people having their choice."
Towns added that he has not yet spoken to Irving about his vaccination status.
"I think that's not only a human right, but it's an Amеrican right as well.. ... They make their own decisions on their own bodiеs and their own familiеs. I have no ill will towards that," Towns continued. "The only thing I would say is just don't give me a (expletive) excuse why [you don't get the vaccine]...You don't want to do it, that's your choice."
The Kyrie-less Nets take on the Timberwolves at Barclays Center on Thursday for their fourth preseason game.
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