resting bitch face

The "Unhinged" star talked about always looking unhinged.
Women who are socially selective and empowered shouldn't be made objects of sexist scorn
As a psychologist, I became interested in the phenomenon when clients cited RBF as the cause of symptoms.
A humorous skit featured the provocative phrase "resting bitch face" or RBF a couple of years ago and, since then, it's been
It suddenly all made sense. Said woman really had no personal affront with me, she just suffered from Resting Bitch Face (RBF.) She couldn't help it. That was how her face looked in its resting position. A collage of her recent Facebook profile pictures flashed through my mind's eye, and I recalled how in each one she was sporting that RBF.
The idea that women could be identified with "Resting Bitch Face" and that it was considered a malady is concerning to me. The fact that sites with thousands of views are devoted to this "facial type" is also worrisome.
Just a tiny bit of contempt, even if you don't mean it, can give you "that look."
As a hardcore introvert, I have a few reasons to prefer my own resting bitch face. There are some major upsides to walking around with a serious expression all the time.
Guys, we need to talk. As a friend and an ally, I feel it's only right that I bring this to your attention. I want to help you be a better you. I want to make you aware of a problem.