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Today, I ordered some food and was asked how spicy I’d like it. I replied that I’d like it to be very spicy, and immediately, the man taking my order winked suggestively and asked me if I “liked things hot” all the time. I was in restaurant with my friends. I’m a 16 year old girl. I felt uncomfortable and appalled that, as a girl, even my food preferences had to be sexualized. 

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    Wtf? Gross.
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    Ew, what the fuck?
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    Conveniently left out, the waiter was 14
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    There’s a bunch of people in the notes on this one talking about how this is totally okay and the waiter was probably...
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    Unbelievable.
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    #THIS IS NOT CUTE
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