A thread of our own- misogyny

Every study I have seen looking for PFOAs and dioxins and such essentially shows 100% incidence. As you say, it’s just quantities.

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Who needs consent in the workplace?

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>sigh< A woman tells a story of a customer service experience where a male caller explodes in anger after being told “no.” So, of course, angry men show up in the comments to “not all men” and accuse her of prejudice… proving her point. She calls them out in later posts in the thread:

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SSDD.

The only thing worse than men who perpetuate misogyny is women who facilitate and perpetuate it.

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Not misogyny, I suppose. At least they tried! :rofl:

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What woman could ever ask for more?! :laughing:

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Ugh, this dude’s poem. wtf?!

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I suppose they could have meant gourmet mac from a place like Homeroom:

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SMBC Women

It’s a good start I guess. Just hopefully some day they notice that the list of things most women like is actually just the list of things most Homo sapiens like, and make the connection.

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Weird, it’s almost like women are people! I mean, like, really! How strange. (/s)

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Another fairly universal womens’ experience, via Twitter:

(Hopefully, this won’t be as controversial as the last one…)

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That explained it SO WELL! It’s so pervasive that I never figured out how to put into words. Like a fish trying to describe water.
Thank you. What is it they say, a burden shared is a burden halved?

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Is it just me or is that Tweet gone?

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Just you it seems? Although with Brave it takes me a couple of tries.

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And…it only took a few hours for that exact behavior to show up on her thread:

I can’t tell if he’s joking or not, but I’ll take it for the laugh either way.

Doh, nevermind. He’s serious. What an asshole. Still kind of hilarious, though.

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