“What About Men?” Has No Place In Threads About Women

It’s not that we don’t care, we’re just talking about women.

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It’s no exaggeration to say that in many online conversations about women, a what-abouter will slide in to talk about men.

Violence against women? — Ah but men experience more violence than women? Sexism in schools? You should know that boys and…

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Toni Hargis

Toni Hargis

Co-author of “How to Stand up to Sexism; Words for when enough is enough”. Helping women find their voices. @ToniHargis

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