Is it that time of the month? This simple question sets off all the red flag alert systems in my head because I know that men obviously dont have to deal with these enquiries when theyre having a bad day. Some questions that are directed towards women have the capacity to set us off, especially seemingly innocent ones that can be super offensive. To prevent you and others from making any well-meaning and subtle-yet-sly comments, weve put together a list of things you should never say to women.What happened? You look tiredMost people ask this out of genuine concern but it is often unnecessary. Were trying to do a bunch of things at oncework, have a life, have dreams and try to achieve them. Asking someone why they look tired kind of sends home the idea that the way you look is more important than all your accomplishments.Stop asking women if theyre going to change their last names after marriageNever was your business, and never will be. The act of changing your last name to your husbands dates back to seriously patriarchal times when women were considered to be their fathers property and then, their husbands. Let the choice be what it is, a choice.Stop looking down on homemakers or asking them what they doIf homemakers stopped doing everything they do for us, the world and our homes would be a mess. It is literally the most thankless job and just because women choose to not go out and earn a living in an entrepreneurial or corporate setting doesnt mean they dont work.Dont ask young girls their marriage plansDont instil it in them that marriage is the ultimate goal they need to achieve in life. Let them grow up in a world where they are free to do what they want, when they want, without any pressure to find a partner. Theyre whole and complete on their own, without a better half.Stop telling women theyre different from othersEveryone is unique in their own way and you definitely dont need to bring other girls down in order to compliment us. Stop dividing women into categories and most certainly stop making us feel like we are competing with others!You dont need to wear make-up. You look better without it!Okaybut I want to? Women dont necessarily wear make-up to cover up or hide their flaws, some of us just enjoy it! Wearing make-up is a choice and it is entirely yours. You can be a feminist and choose to wear make-up or be one and not wear any.Youre not sitting/behaving like a ladyNo rule book states the way a lady should and shouldnt behave in 2022. How about we just let people do their thing?Just chill. Dont be dramatic.It feels like youre asking someone to not be open about how theyre feeling. Surprise surprise, women can feel angry, upset and downright emotional about things even when theyre not PMSing. And no, it isnt dramatic. It is valid and alright.You look so cute when youre madImagine all your negative feelings being reduced to cute? Would you say the same thing to a man who has expressed his opinions about something that seriously bothers him or weighs on his mind?