"I was wearing my usual; jeans so tight a fortune-teller could read the lines in my scrotum, and a T-shirt through which my well-toned abs were indisputably visible." #IfWomenWroteMenTheWayMenWriteWomen— Joanne Harris (@Joannechocolat) April 1, 2018
"He sat down heavily, his full firm bottom filling the seat, and with a knowing smile he opened his legs wide, exposing the outline of his masculine testicles gently resting on the seat."#IfWomenWroteMenTheWayMenWriteWomen— Lexington Wright 🇨🇮 🇯🇲 (@OohhhBam) April 1, 2018
His taut nipples pressed against the fabric of his office shirt as he leaned forward, a coy line of hair peeking out of his loosened collar, and his slutty wrists framed by French cuffs.— Miss_Shiv🐍🔪🇬🇧 (@shiv5468) April 1, 2018
How was she supposed to listen to anything he said? #Ifwomenwrotementhewaymenwritewomen
I don't know if I ever posted this sample of how men write women but it's gold:
I wrote an entire article featuring real examples of men writing about or from the perspective of women. I'll post it when it gets published. It's utterly painful.
Ban men from writing 2k18.