Around 12 I noticed that girls would get special treatment such as not having to do sports outside in freezing weather. Then I noticed the fact that "insulting" a girl is apparently not acceptable but they are within their right to hand it out.
Normally, "don't dish it if you can't take it out" applies, but women are a protected class simply because they make up 51% of all people on earth. Any incel or cuck or weak normie didn't choose to be fragile any more than your weak woman is, but he faces consequences and she doesn't. Double standard.it was in my early teens when I saw a girl slap a boy 5 times and he defended himself with one punch and he got his ass beat by the other guys. I say if a girl wants to fight, why not give her a fight
For me it was opposite because I was indoctrinated into the guys are too powerful/masculinity is overblown stuff and that made me way too low inhib as a kid. It was around the point I started having more arguments with girls than with guys that I realized my behaviour wasn't just a social problem, it was a sexual (eh) problem as well. I don't think I ever treated girls any worse than guys as a kid but I also wasn't scared of them at all whereas some guys who were decently strong and social scared me until I worked up a tongue to talk them down from fights or arguments.Always had the feeling that there was something off, but it was more evident when i had 15-16 yo. So around those years.