Man Enraged the Internet by Writing His 12 Tips on ‘How to Be a Beautiful Woman’
One thing that quickly riles up the masses is sexism. In a recent tweet, a man sent a shockwave through social media with his blatant and horrible misogynistic views.
The 29-year old is a self-described writer, solo entrepreneur, dancer, and personal trainer. In his infinite wisdom, Alexander J.A.Cortes deemed others worthy of his knowledge and shared 12 tips on Twitter on “how to be a beautiful woman.”
Needless to say, the post provoked an avalanche of comments. Most people probably didn’t know which point to start at, because they were all so otherworldly and blatantly unreal that some wondered if someone was running a parody.
Alexander Cortes has a website as well. On the site, Alexander explains “how to be a feminine and beautiful woman” while he also stated that “only a man can tell a woman how to act.”
The self-professed writer’s way of dealing with the backlash is by inflaming the situation, and a dash of unbridled egotistical self-inflation did the trick nicely. To anyone that reacted negatively he pointed a finger and tweeted:
Pay attention to all the women that react adversely to this thread Gentlemen— Alexander Cortes PhD, Fitness, Nutrition, Fat loss (@AJA_Cortes) February 22, 2019
What you'll observe here is the peak of Delusional feminism, women who believe that simply because they exist, they are "valuable" despite being bitchy & horrifying
More redflags than a Chinese parade
He also advised men that they could use the list to vet women:
You can use this list to vet women— Alexander Cortes PhD, Fitness, Nutrition, Fat loss (@AJA_Cortes) February 21, 2019
If you show them this list and they become angry, that lets you know that they are harpies that you never want to breed with
and that they would be terrible mothers
stay woke kings
No amount of horrible responses seemed to have the least bit of an effect, as some believe it must be fake.
At first I thought he HAD to be a joke...— Sheri Lynn (@Sheri_lp) February 22, 2019
Unfazed would be an understatement as Alexander responded by posting a selfie and a caption that read:
“I see a lot of you women are desperate for my validation and attention. Here’s a selfie that you can use to satisfy your fantasies.”
There was no end to this man’s delusions of grandeur. Similarly, Yann Moix elicited the same response from social media after his remarks in January 2019.
I see a lot of you women are desperate for my validation and attention— Alexander Cortes PhD, Fitness, Nutrition, Fat loss (@AJA_Cortes) February 21, 2019
Here’s a selfie that you can use to satisfy your fantasies pic.twitter.com/7W9qSmYP9P
The high profile French television presenter and author upset a whole lot of apple carts when he told Marie Claire he is incapable of loving a woman over 50 because they are “invisible” to him as Yann said:
“I prefer younger women’s bodies, that’s all. Full stop. The body of a 25-year-old woman is extraordinary. The body of a woman of 50 is not extraordinary at all.”
Besides his women needing to be young, he also prefers Asian women, especially Chinese, Korean and Japanese as Yann added:
“It’s perhaps sad and reductive for the women I go out with, but the Asian type is sufficiently rich, large and infinite for me not to be ashamed.”
Fans reacted similarly when sexist remarks got made against the beloved Dolly Parton on the “Today” show. Men on the show dug a deeper hole for themselves as the onscreen seconds ticked on.