8 Signs Your BF Is A Bigger Girl Than You!

In every relationship, one of the inevitable question you get asked is: “Who’s wearing the pants?” Why? Because pants used to be considered a signature masculine piece of clothing and men were considered the dominant partner. Because of his dick. Yes, by sheer virtue of having a member, he was considered the member of a special club: The Pants Wearing Club. Well, times have changed. Times have most certainly changed. And things we used to consider being strictly feminine, of the “weaker sex”, guys are dabbling in and some have already cannonballed into. Let’s face it, Ladies, some of your boys act more like the “girl” in the relationship. Here are 8 signs that you’re wearing the pants:

Now look, we could go on and on and on and on and on listing, discussing, dismissing, and reminiscing about all the times you killed the cockroach while he was standing on a chair. But we’ve all got sh*t to do, and I don’t want to take up more than a thousand words of your time. From here on out, it’s your job to chew my ass for perpetuating gender stereotypes or to add some anecdotal tidbits to this bad boy. I’ll say this for the girly men, they usually pick the strongest women to latch onto. Take it as a compliment.

Running wild on you!




  1. Krystyna says:

    Is this supposed to be a joke? This isn't the kind of gender equality feminists are striving for. Making fun of men for being "girly" hurts women because it implies that there's something wrong or weak about being a woman. It's okay for women to dress or act in ways that have historically been considered masculine, but god forbid men dress or act like women; that would be silly or degrading. And it makes it hard for men to be true to themselves because they know they will be mocked. And the examples used here are hardly representative of being feminine. Not all feminine women have $3,000 shoes, have a crush on Robert Pattinson, or spend an hour getting ready to go out. Particularly, the doormat example is indicative of passivity, not femininity. There are dominant men and women, and passive men and women; gender has nothing to do with it. Even if this was a joke, it's articles like this that perpetuate stereotypes, not dispel them.

  2. Emma says:

    If he can't stand up for himself or he's a doormat that means he must have a vagina instead of a penis?
    ooo thats hillllarious. fuck you. Way to be women positive college candy!!

  3. Abby says:

    Wow that Brony is wrong on so many levels!!!!

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