After decades of getting away with treating women badly, girls have decided to take action. Women are coming together to report their jerky ex-boyfriends at a website called MenSuck.com.
The site gives women a place to chat about their negative experiences regarding past relationships. So, if you’re planning on cheating on your girlfriend or treating her badly, you might want to reconsider if you’re not keen on ending up on this list. Because if you do, it’s sort of like being blacklisted by the entire female population.
Is truly has been a long time coming. Why would you even get into a relationship, if all you plan on doing is hurting your partner? The ex-boyfriend list finally puts a stop to this, seeing as the consequence of being ostracized from dating forever is just far too severe, if all you’re getting out of it is an unhappy girlfriend.
That being said, this is not a vindictive platform that aims to single out any one individual or slander the loyal boyfriends out there. In fact, there are strict guidelines in place to ensure no private information – for example, home address, phone number or workplace – is made public. If these rules are violated, the offender risks their account being suspended and even having their own information leaked. This is really just a place where women can share their pain and, in the process, work through the trauma. Moreover, others who might know the man in question in real life will know to better keep their distance – this way, nobody gets hurt, it even helps to avoid future negativity.
If you have been in a toxic relationship (or worse yet; still are!) Men Suck might be something you should look into further. Talking about your pain can be tremendously cathartic. And maybe you can help others who struggle with the same issues – maybe you can even make a friend throughout this process!
Think of this endeavor as poetic justice coming back around to haunt those who have wronged others. At the end of the day, the goal here is not per se to punish those who have displayed bad behavior, but rather to raise awareness and thereby hopefully make relationships healthier for everybody involved.
But don’t forget: girls are talking and bad boyfriends are not at all excluded from conversation – especially now that the bad ex-boyfriend list has been established.