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That's what women feel like.' It was much better worded, obviously. That book should be required reading for every college student.

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A good rule of thumb is to read your profile top to bottom, and if you see anything that sticks out as negative Debby Downer talk, take it out. We’re flattered when people throw attention our way. It was something like this: I'm not that sure about any of it - except the woman part had something to do with her fearing physical harm - it could have been: kidnapped, raped, cut up into little pieces etc. It is possible I heard it during live standup and it doesn't exist on the web somewhere, but I have a feeling I saw it while watching TV. Gavin De Becker wrote it in "The Gift of Fear" (Bloomsbury, 2000): At core, men are afraid women will laugh at them, while at core, women are afraid men will kill them." Thanks for the quick responses - I had thought I had heard it from Louie CK, but he or whoever may have been prefacing it by "It's like that old saying" or something. I definitely didn't hear it from Margaret Atwood - unless she has been doing standup.I found a reference using the two suggestions given as early as 1980 giving credit to Atwood link Louie did have a bit like this.She says, “Look, I really like you, you’re truly a good guy, I think. On behalf of all the fat girls, I’m making you represent all the guys.” By making Louie represent “all the guys” on behalf of “all the fat girls,” Vanessa conjures the junction of where the big, impersonal beast of gendered, sociopolitical systems of power intersect with the intimate, personal, deeply subjective terrain of relationships between particular individuals.Vanessa wasn’t just recounting her experience of dating as a fat woman; she was demanding recognition that she was worthy of respect and love in a culture hell-bent on denying fat women both.