Direct quote from some bitch: "Some of my biggest annoyances in cross-gender relationships are the assumptions made about how women or girls should stereotypically act. This exact situation came up when I was playing "zombies" with a group of my guy friends yesterday.
If you aren't an avid gamer or don't know, "zombies" is on the game Call of Duty. In "zombies," you and your partner(s) are essentially fighting for your lives against an increasingly large and strong horde of zombies.
Well apparently girls aren't supposed to know how to play "zombies." In the couple hours we were playing, I think literally every boy on the floor walked into the room to check out how the game was going, then scoffed when they saw a girl was playing. And mocked me. I wasn't offended because I'm used to it, but it really made me think that this issue is something that should be critically examined in a feminist lens."