"Article was too long or too heavy-worded or not consistent with what I believe in so didn't bother reading it and dismissed the author as thirsty for the D/jealous of getting that treatment".
Seriously though, the logic is pretty sensible and worth considering at least.
Lol your reading into the article way to much, where is the sensible logic? Where she says "But men who are violent feel justified because they believe that women owe them their attention, their bodies, and their love."?
The guy in the video that asked her to prom isn't being violent in any way shape or form. He is simply asking her to prom. I doubt he would have gone to shoot up the nearest school had she said no. So where is that coming from? She's just trying to have the guy seem like the bad guy because he had the guts to do something other guys wouldn't. That or she's letting her personal experiences get in the way of unbiased reporting witch is completely unprofessional.
she wasn't trying to make the kid look bad. what she's asking is that how come it's ''acceptable'' to do this without considering about how Kate Upton would feel/react?
essentially what she's saying: dude posts funny/cute/harmless video on YouTube, where everyone can see it --> he addressed it to Kate Upton specifically, as a public invitation, therefore she HAS to at least answer or acknowledge it. leading up to the no-win situation she was talking about:
say yes = get paraded around, be forced to endure some hours' worth of one of the most awkward nights in your life (all for free I assume)
say no = "you selfish bitch, why didn't you play along" and all other bad PR