I’m a big dude 6’2/240. Whenever I’m out in public by myself (running, jogging, walking, running errands) it’s not uncommon for women to intentionally put themselves on guard when I approach. I do the best I can to give him as much room as possible but sometimes it just can’t be done.
The constant looking back over the shoulder a bunch of times or doing the best they can to cover themselves with whatever they were wearing or try not to be seen, the removing of both headphones until I pass etc.
It used to make me feel bad about myself but now it just makes me feel sad for these women. We’ve created a society where harassment and assault is so common that women have conditioned themselves… And rightfully so… To be on high alert whenever a fairly large guy by himself is near them. I don’t blame them but I do feel sad for them.
Edit: get lost with all that “not all men” or “this has never happened to me so OP is making it up” crap.
Team: Montréal Canadiens
Player: Logan Mailloux
Team: LONDON (GOJHL)
NHL Central Scouting rank: NA Skater - 23
Birth city: Belle River, ON, CAN
Height: 6' 3"
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