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Who Doesn’t Want To Unfollow?

I’ve been listening to the TLDR podcast from On The Media since it first started. The most recent podcast talked about #UnfollowAMan Day, a fake holiday proposed by writer Katie Notopoulos in which one takes that day to unfollow a man on Twitter.

Though Notopoulos did unfollow all of the men she was following on Twitter, it was a social experiment, and not something she’s advocating as a true holiday. But she did learn things from it, which she discusses on the podcast.


That wasn’t what interested me most, however. She mentions that, even when someone’s posts annoyed her, she didn’t unfollow them. When she brought the idea up to the BuzzFeed office, it turns out a lot of people were following the same, as they describe them, assholes. And these were the people they choose to unfollow, as though they needed the holiday as an excuse to remove someone they admittedly did not like from their lives.

Notopoulos mentions that, as with Facebook, people don’t want to unfollow other people. I find this interesting. Unlike with Facebook, where it is easy to see if you are friends with someone, Twitter doesn’t make it so simple. You have to go through your own followers to see if a person is following you.

While with Facebook, I see the merits of being friends with people you don’t actually like (family obligations, etc.) Twitter doesn’t carry the same weight. I purge people from my Twitter followers all the time. But maybe I’m a cold hearted bitch.

In case you’re interested, you can follow me on Twitter. I’m @mollyrene.

Gender Diverse Friendships

A friend tells me the other day that she doesn’t think, in most cases, that men and women can be friends. It came up in the context of a discussion about how her boyfriend would be upset if she had a male roommate. And I found both of these things rather surprising.

I’ve watched enough sitcoms to know that the sentiment exists but I think I’d forgotten that actual people feel that way. Essentially because I know plenty of people, men and women alike, who have platonic relationships with people of all genders. I have several close male friends who would never want to sleep with me. And most of my close have other-gendered friends with no prospect of romantic relationships.


And don’t give me this baloney about “Of course they say they won’t sleep with you.” Just because you secretly want to sleep with all of your female friends doesn’t mean that every other man on the planet wants to.

The fact is, men and women really aren’t that different, despite what sitcoms say. When studied, much stereotypical behavior attributed to men or women often shows up in both genders are similar rates. We just remember when women do a bad job parking and men refuse to apologize. It’s called confirmation bias.

Men aren’t raging sexual beasts that have to stick their dick into every vagina that crosses their path. Not every male-female relationship (when both parties are heterosexual) has an underlying sexual tension. We can, in fact, all be friends.

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