Yes, hello again. Can we just re-iterate our title before we begin. We’ve seen our fair share of B.S. online. It makes up at least 92% of the wireless information network as a whole, but #DontMancriminate
#DontMancriminate is most definitely closer to the bottom of this pile of misguided junk than most. But hey, at least they’re grabbing eyeballs, which we're hoping was their only intention anyway?
"Manism. This is to remind us of the forgotten gender, who, regardless of the situation, are expected to be such gentlemen. When women talk about being put on the same pedestal as men, simultaneously there is an unsaid expectation of chivalry out of them.
It is time we realize that they deserve a break from being all heroic and they too suffer a different level of harassment- out of innocence or otherwise. Gender inequality bugs them as much as it bugs women. So, here’s to all the men, who have been the victims of a society that tends to forget the struggles of males."
discrimination against men to the point of severe social oppression.
To other portals on the internet like Mashable, Buzzfeed and Bustle:
1. When in doubt, or when on the losing end of a debate around gender equality, always pull the period card. Women’s hormonal cycles are an instant winner. It also makes feminists very angry so they’ll surely start trolling you online.
2. Make lots of ‘art’ to support your thought. Posters with famous Hollywood celebrities go a long way. Of course, there is the little matter of misrepresentation but hey, who ever actually got sued in India?
3. Get unequivocally angry about chivalry. WHY-DO-WE-HAVE-TO-HOLD-DOORS-OPEN-ITS-SO-19TH-CENTURY kind of stuff is incredibly logical. Then pat yourself on the back for coming up with such an original idea.
4. And finally, put your ridiculous ideas out on twitter where hopefully, you will gain the mass traction that you always wanted. Maybe not the exact kind you wanted but remember, any publicity is good publicity.