Demanding to be called Ma’am proves you’re not a woman

There’s a viral video going around of a dude who thinks he’s a woman getting super upset that a store clerk referred to him as “Sir.”

No, I’m not posting the video.  If you haven’t seen it yet, you can find it HERE.

Instead, I’ll just post a still image.

Not a woman

In a profanity-laced tirade, this fella in a pink shirt and hoop earrings screamed and hollered at the poor clerk demanding to be called “ma’am.”

Then, adding insult to injury, a woman customer tried to get the guy to cool it by saying, “Excuse me, sir. There’s a young man in here; you need to watch your mouth.”

“Excuse me,” he bellowed back, “It is ‘ma’am!  It is ‘ma’am!’”

The funniest thing about the video is when this guy who looks like a dude, talks like a dude and is built like a dude says, “Stop calling me a man, because clearly I am not!”

Well, clearly you’re not a woman because no woman ever angrily demands that folks call her “ma’am.”

Has he even met a woman?

We hate being called “ma’am.”

“Ma’am” is what you call the bitchy seventy-year-old librarian ordering you to “shush.”  No woman under the age of seventy wants to be called “ma’am.”

So unless this guy thinks he’s an emotionally unstable septuagenarian lady librarian, he’s not a woman.

Because women hate being called “ma’am.”

Just ask former Senator Barbara Boxer.

I’ll take “sweetie,” “hon,” or “darlin’” over “ma’am” any day.

Although, to be fair, if a store clerk did call me “ma’am,” I’m not likely to pitch a fit and trash the store over it.

Because I’m not mentally unstable.

And see, right there is the problem.

This guy is not a woman; but clearly he’s unwell.

Fact is, being called “sir” is the least of his problems.

We used to try to help those with mental illness.

Now we bend over backwards demanding that everyone else on the planet play along with their delusion.

And is that helping anybody?

No sir; it is not.

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11 thoughts on “Demanding to be called Ma’am proves you’re not a woman

  • December 30, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    I was taught that all adult women were “Ma’am” until they informed you what they preferred to be called. Girls were “Miss” until they gave permission for you to use their given names. No other forms of address were available for females until they announced their preference, or they had a title such as “Mrs.” or “Lieutenant” or “Doctor.”

    “Ma’am” was standard address for all women except enlisted ones during my 24 years in the USN, including wives, Congresskritters, lawyers, cops, whatever. Enlisted females were addressed by rank and last name.

    • December 31, 2018 at 7:00 am

      It’s obvious this writer never spent time in the south where every gal is referred to as ma`am.

      • December 31, 2018 at 8:11 am

        I was called “hon,” “Darlin’,” “Sweetie” when I lived in the South. And, yes, I was called ma’am. But you confused “every gal is called ma’am” with “every gal likes being called ma’am.” Not the same thing.

        • January 1, 2019 at 9:12 am

          What, no Sugar?

  • December 30, 2018 at 2:16 pm

    We need insane asylums in the United States. This guy, and Bruce Jenner, should be in one getting heavily medicated and elecro-shock therapy until they get their head screwed back on straight. Freaks!

    If this offended you, you needed it.

  • December 30, 2018 at 2:23 pm

    While growing up in Texas and even now, I’ll say, “yes ma’am” if a woman asks me a question, regardless of age.

  • December 30, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    I call all women that I happen to encounter in public Miss, even if they’re 80+ years old. More than once I’ll get a “Thanks for the Miss” comment.

  • December 30, 2018 at 5:01 pm

    Agree with you on that, no woman wants to be called Ma’am.
    My mother hated when her students called her ma’am, or other neighbors called her ma’am. Who calls women, “ma’am” anymore.

  • December 30, 2018 at 5:53 pm

    @Phil W. When I was a kid back in the sixties, our Girl Scout Troop sponsored 2 patients ‘housed’ in the Dixon IL state mental hospital. We took a field trip to visit our sponsees. I will never forget it. The white sterile walls. The imposing smoke stacks. The patients practically clawing at visitors (for contact? ). Being reassured that all is well. Meeting one who was so delusional she was dressed inappropriately and kept exposing herself. The other was totally uncommunicative. Rocking in a corner.

    Then, most mental hospitals had to be closed and throw the people on the streets. Hopefully these 2 died before that happened. They couldn’t fend for themselves.

    I still think we need housing for the seriously mentally ill. But these Hollywood types and SJW? Yup, throw them all in a ‘safe place’ and let every man, woman, trans and whatever duke it out. Hopefully, they will all stay there. Taxpayer money well spent.

  • December 30, 2018 at 7:03 pm

    Open comment to women who think they are men and/or men who think they are women: There are 2 sexes. Yes, sexes, not genders OK? I’m not talking about grammar but biology. If you need to discuss the sex of an animal, and we are animals, taxonomically, Homo sapiens (look it up) the word is sex. In any case, there are only TWO! Everyone is either one or the other, period. If, for some reason, you would like to pretend that you are the one that you are not, fine, I have zero problems with that. Have at it. Just do not expect, demand or worse, legislate that I pretend with you. If you actually BELIEVE that you are the one that you are not, there’s a term for that – you are delusional. You need help.

    • December 30, 2018 at 9:17 pm

      Wow. That was a great response/observation. I hope I can remember at least the last half of it.

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