Well fuck, that was really good.
@julia wow the first comment really is something isn't it
@ben Don't read the comments. The men commenting on that are giant babies and prove that that ad is needed.
@julia yes, exactly
the first comment is someone crying about how the ad is implying that men are bad and when someone points out how silly the first comment is the commenter replies four times with things that would fit pretty well as the photo next to "toxic masculinity" in an encyclopedia
@ben How far did you scroll? Did you see that https://twitter.com/BoardHistory/status/1085087121268973568
Like... what the fuck?!
@julia I got about this far before realizing the comment section was exactly as I expected it would be: https://twitter.com/suzbennett7/status/1084926640097030144
Posts from people who would instantly be banned from the fediverse occasionally interrupted by posts from people who should really consider joining the fediverse.
@ben My fellow white women are constantly disappointing
And yes, that is a very good summary of what the thread looks like.
@ben Oh god, and so many women with internalized misogyny...
that was lovely, thanks for sharing!
unfortunately, twitter is being twitter in the thread and i kinda wish i didnt scroll down
@anish Yeah, I also regret scrolling down. I know to never read the comments so why do I do it?!
right?! idk why i do it but I'm inclined to blame tech companies instilling scrolling within us...
@julia luckily because of the way twitter works the first comment is from someone I follow who's not being awful
@julia The best advice for using the Internet. :)
@julia whelp i almost cried
@julia good morning to you too
@meena So did I and then I read the comments and almost started crying because of anger and frustration.
@julia Good lords, the snowflakes in the replies.
@Jo I'm almost more disappointed by the white women in there... Because I expect it from men, I guess.
@julia I hope they put their money where their mouth is and fund programs for masculine youth.
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