Since the ‘Me Too’ movement began in October of 2017, women have been greeted by unyielding eye contact from men everywhere. Afraid to look anywhere but in their eyes, men have been making women uncomfortable with their unsettling, locked gazes.
“All we’re asking is that men please stop looking at us with nervous, deep, and piercing eyes. So please, release the awkward tension during conversations by peaking down at my breasts every once in awhile,” ex-feminist Mary Paulson stated. “I never thought I’d have to say this, but my boobs are down there.”