The world is changing very fast in deep I do not know whether this speed will stop or not but after reading this twitter debate you will throw your phone into the trash.
From my childhood, I have been taught that it is a courtesy or good habit to hold a door open for someone. I’m a man, however, I’ll readily hold a door open for a lady, a man, and, preferable, a canine. But one twitter recently tweeted an instruction for all men out there that goes against everything we were taught as a child.
“Stop holding the door open for Women when entering a store. This implies that you believe Women are incapable of doing things for themselves & that you view them as incompetent.
“This can be compared to bucking the seat belt of a toddler / putting a leash on a dog.”
Instead of being praise by other women and men who stand for feminism, Unbiased Katie faced a lot or criticism and backlash.
One twitter user Steven responded to her: “Dear Katie, you’re wrong. Men DO NOT hold doors open for women because we think you’re not able to think for yourselves, we hold the door open because we were taught manners as children, I was brought up by a wonderful woman who taught me to respect women and my elders.”
Another female user replied: “Dear Katie: I’m a woman. I often hold doors open for people and like it when they offer me the same courtesy. “I see it as courtesy and human decency, not patronizing. Please don’t presume to speak for all women. “Dear men: please ignore this rude woman.”
Another user David was a father said: “Dear Katie, I’ve just come back from a #bookshop on #BookshopDay and I was with my 11 year old daughter.”I always hold the door open for women, men and kids as that’s how I was bought up and I’m passing those manners onto my children.”
What do you think about let us know in comments.