She has many of the red flags mentioned on this forum: 2 kids from 2 fathers and never married, a lot of swearing, she has a Chief Justice Ginsburg t-shirt, very angry about the possible ending of Roe v. Wade, frequent dating, values office career a lotSounds like a red flag to me already esp. at her age. I could probably have an exception to the "one of the boys" types or introverted teen girls that hang out with boys over interests like video games, but the majority of the females over the Internet that use this language definitely aren't the tomboy sort.
I cringed reading this but thanks for the examples, gentlemen. I suppose it's also the case with normie girls and liberal feminists starting to pick up on right-wing memes (and more or less trying to adapt them to female communication). Perhaps it's ultimately rooted in the feminine tendency to mindlessly follow trends and not create their own. Or the desire to break into masculine fraternal space by mimicking "bro speech" and become relevant to guys.
I remember in my old FB I had a couple of foreign girls (cradle Orthodox) that DM'd me with this type of language. I deduced they're definitely won't say this to guys they're interested with, and I quickly ghosted them.
We don't see each other too often but we can get along when we do meet by avoiding politics and because we both like the outdoor recreation and can find other subjects to discuss. She lives in a blue state and is likely surrounded by like-minded folks.