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40+ Times Women Brilliantly Called Out Subtle (And Not-So-Subtle) Sexism

Calling out sexism is not an easy thing to do when you have been conditioned to smile and nod for your entire life.

Women have been speaking up for hundreds of years about things that are sexist, but it’s only recently that these voices have been actually listened to. Sometimes calling out sexism can be scary because it can go really poorly, but the more everyone does it, the better everything will become.

Thankfully, today women calling out sexism has become much more normal and these women really impressed us with how well they made their points.


1. Hmm, seems like we might not be polling the most relevant segment.

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2. Something isn’t adding up.

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3. Legendary mansplain.

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4. Get it? Cause men are “better at math than women.”

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5. Your clock is ticking!

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6. Then they go off to war.

Via: Reddit

7. Thank you for your input.

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8. It’s not the same thing.

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9. This is not equal.

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10. We would use it all the time.

Via: Twitter

11. Kindness as an advertisement.

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12. Sorry our dads sucked?

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13. Everyone needs to make their own food.

Via: Reddit

14. Whoever did the pink edit here was really going through it.

Via: Reddit

15. She is a future leader.

Via: Reddit

16. Now get out of my work place.

Via: Twitter

17. Something isn’t adding up here.

Via: Reddit

18. Thy will be done!

Via: Twitter

19. An unsafe area

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20. I am also a child apparently.

Via: Reddit

21. Look to them for leadership!

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22. No respect.

Via: Twitter

23. Teach your boys.

Via: Twitter

24. So kind of them to ask three women.

Via: Reddit

25. He’s so opinionated!

Via: Reddit

26. What has been going on, men?

Via: Twitter

27. Sorry we lied though!

Via: Reddit

28. See how dumb it sounds?

Via: Twitter

29. That’s sexist.

Via: Reddit

30. Thank you, sharks.

Via: Reddit

31. Read female authors!

Via: Twitter

32. He made some great points.

Via: Twitter

33. Exactly.

Via: Reddit

34. Thanks for clearing that up.

Via: Twitter

35. Your personal tour guide.

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38. Fine with me!

Via: Twitter

39. Remember Those Who Fought

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40. (This was before leap years were invented)

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