Why Are So Many Feminists Pretending Women’s Pants Don’t Have Pockets?

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I’ll cut right to the chase. I’m sick of feminists straight-up lying that women’s clothes don’t have pockets. I don’t even use pockets and every fucking pair of pants in my closet has pockets.

Do you hear me? I don’t use pockets and yet all my pants have them. Large pockets big enough for my iPhone 6. Normally I keep it in my backpack, but I checked just for the sake of this article. It fits in all of my pants, except one pair. Nine out of my eleven pairs of pants have pockets big enough for my phone and I am the proud owner of these pockets (I know, swanky) by fucking accident.

But maybe I just had really great luck. Maybe I own the only eleven pairs of female pants with pockets.

Nope. I took a walk through Target yesterday. The vast majority of female pants had pockets.

Then I took a walk through Kohls. Pockets to no-pockets was about a 70/30 split.

Then I went to Savers. Same deal. Lot of fucking pockets.

Wal-Mart had pockets too.

Stop straight-up lying for victimhood points.

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And for any lurking MRAs, like if you really want to troll (and God, I fucking hope you do), can you start calling the fact that purses are made for women sexist? Like, could you please? That’s about how stupid all the angst over pockets is. Just start saying you’re oppressed because purses aren’t made for men, and women have far more options when it comes to bags.

That’s some good first-world oppression right there.

If I find out tomorrow that the silent puppeteers of modern feminism are actually trad-con men trolling the fuck out of us, I will not be surprised.

But then, maybe feminism really has gotten that stupid. It looks like an example of Poe’s Law in action, but it’s really just entitlement. It’s really just a bunch of middle-class millennial women who ran out of shit to complain about. And I say that as a millennial myself. This pockets shit. I feel it in my bones. This is our thing.

And to everyone ignoring reality to make themselves a victim of….an imagined lack of freaking pockets….all I have to say is, can you not?

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You embarrassing me in front of the inkels right now. For real, you making feminism look stupid by ignoring reality.

Okay, peace.


  1. Thanks for a laugh.

    I would like to wear more skirts and dresses, and those tend not to have pockets even when it would have been so easy to put them in, but that’s hardly the worst of our problems.

    When I wear pants, it’s mostly jeans. My jeans pockets are not very capacious (anything bigger than keys digs in), but frankly I think that’s a result of my natural shape rather than a big conspiracy on the part of jeans makers.

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    1. That might be true that skirts and dresses don’t usually have pockets. I don’t wear those very often myself, so I wouldn’t know about the state of pockets on them.

      I just really can’t get behind this idea that the state of pockets on women’s clothing is because of patriarchy. If women could get the vote and break the glass ceiling, I feel like we could have pockets if we wanted them. Feminists just need something new to keep women in a perpetual state of victimhood.

      I get Mossimo jeans from Target and they seem pretty deep to me. Then again, I don’t really use my pockets. I carry a bag.


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