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Sociology Professor Offended by “Men Working” Sign Gets Owned on Twitter

“Thank you for being so brave and harassing the working class”.

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UPDATE: She deleted the tweet, but the Internet never forgets.

She thought she was making a stand for feminism, but ended up becoming a total laughingstock.

From the luxury of her air-conditioned vehicle, Washington University in St. Louis assistant professor of sociology Caitlyn Collins was triggered as she passed a road sign that said “men working,” tweeting a photo of it next to her own salty face.

Collins demanded to know from the workers whether there were any women on the crew.

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“What? Oh. I don’t know. I’m just here,” responded one of them.

Collins then suggested that the sign itself was the cause of there being no women in the work crew (naturally, it had nothing whatsoever to do with the fact that women wouldn’t normally choose the profession of operating a pneumatic drill and laying concrete).

“This thread will be great teaching material,” added Collins.

Yeah, if that “teaching material” is solely centered around you being owned, Caitlyn.

The tweet got ratioed and the responses were brutal, with one Twitter user accusing Collins of “harassing the working class”.

Then came the delicious memes.

Imagine being this offended over a road sign.

How do these people even make it through the day without having a nervous breakdown?

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GQ Magazine Says “New Masculinity” is Men Wearing Earrings, Giant Sleeping Bag Dresses and Crying

Oh my.

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According to GQ Magazine, “new masculinity” is men wearing earrings and giant dresses that resemble sleeping bags while crying.

Yes, really.

“@Pharrell covers GQ’s New Masculinity issue, an exploration of identity, culture, and style in 2019,” tweeted the magazine.

The cover shot shows the musician wearing an earring while dressed in what many people are describing as a cross between a dress and a sleeping bag.

Other images from the shoot show Pharrell crying and wearing a long leopard print coat.

According to GQ editor-in-chief Will Welch, the issue is “an exploration of the ways that traditional notions of masculinity are being challenged, shifted, and overturned” as part of masculinity’s “Shut Up and Listen moment” in a “pervasive culture of sexual intimidation and violence and blatant gender inequality.”

“This GQ cover celebrates a feminization of men, not masculinity. Real masculinity is the desire & ability to protect, the desire to lead, strength & emotional fortitude. Masculinity is NOT the chauvinistic BS media perpetuates & nor is this cover. Men don’t go to war in a dress,” commented Robby Starbuck.

As we document in the video below, the new definition of “masculinity” is not what it used to be.

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‘Islam is Right About Women’ Signs Appear in Austin, Texas

Progressives still confused about who to be offended on behalf of.

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Having appeared in numerous cities all over the world last month, signs that read “Islam is right about women” have now been seen in Austin, Texas.

An image of the sign was posted on The Donald subreddit with the caption, “Which of you beautiful bastards plastered these all over SW Austin last night? My next door app is blowing up with confusion. Absolutely hilarious.”

The posters previously appeared in Winchester, Massachusetts, causing a mini moral panic and the police to be called in to investigate.

They also popped up in Limerick, Ireland, prompting a local councillor to assert that the signs were intended to “incite hate” towards “either women or Muslims” (she wasn’t sure who).

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The meme is a 4chan troll designed to confuse muddled leftists who attempt to support Islam and women’s rights at the same time without realizing how the two contradict each other.

What makes the meme funny is that leftists routinely react with outrage, but don’t know quite who to be outraged on behalf of.

If they find the message offensive, they can be accused of being bigoted towards Muslims.

However, if they don’t sufficiently explain why they are offended, they can be accused of being hateful towards women, given how some women are treated as second class citizens in Islamic societies.

“The result is that those who attempt to explain why the act is offensive end up simply tying themselves in knots, while revealing that they have never given a moment’s thought to the position they find themselves defending,” writes Alla Al-Ameri.

“This seems to generate even more anger, with the inevitable online mob quickly joined by politicians, journalists and other public figures, eager to see that the heretic is made an example of.”

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Forbes Slammed For Encouraging Women to Vacation Alone in Pakistan

They even suggested women visit “Taliban territory.”

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Forbes faced ridicule and condemnation after the media outlet encouraged women to travel alone to Pakistan, including to areas where the Taliban is active.

“Pakistan. It’s not exactly on every solo female traveler’s bucket list. But that doesn’t mean that it shouldn’t be,” states the article, which serves as promotional material for Vlogger Eva zu Beck, who made a video asserting that Pakistan “could be the world’s #1 tourism destination.”

The article even notes how Beck headed straight into “Taliban Territory” during the trip, which is obviously a fantastic idea for any female traveling alone.

Respondents to the article on Twitter were not so enthusiastic about Pakistan being on a solo female traveler’s “bucket list.”

“This would only be a good idea if it were the last item on her bucket list,” commented Yasmine Mohammed.

“Is the bucket for her head to be carried around in,” quipped Michael Malice.

“You can get the same expansive dirt-filled vistas in northern Nevada, and as a plus you’re more likely to return home with your head still where it belongs,” remarked another respondent.

As we have previously documented, there are innumerable examples of women traveling alone or as a couple to highly dangerous locations and ending up raped and murdered.

Many of these victims made the decision to travel to such countries because of their naive belief that the world is a progressive utopia and the notion that all cultures are equal.

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