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Father Son Pictures Sparks Debate About Toxic Masculinity

In recent years, the conversation surrounding toxic masculinity has sparked some critical debate. Society holds some pretty archaic views regarding the stigmas still attached to men who express their emotions or do things perceived as 'soft' or 'feminine.' Although awareness is increasing, there is still a lot more progress to be made. One father, Eric Owens, experienced this first-hand when he posted a photo collage on Facebook of him and his son lying in his arms over the years, including one when his son was a teenager. His post, which he captioned "18 years later and he still under my arm," went viral, with thousands of people commenting on it. Although many of the comments were positive, a good handful of them (mostly from men) was negative, stating how strange they thought it was for a father to show affection to a grown son— something only a mother should do. Someone posted it all on Tumblr, adding a rant about how this was a classic example of the toxic masculinity pervasive in society and people are agreeing. What do you think about it all?

photos of father and son sparks toxic masculinity debate | aint tryna start nothing but if can't understand this then oh well most people commenting on this post are women and are relating this woman's perspective as mother and daughter women do s nature women and if same man photo laying on his mom like there's nothing wrong with either no grown man should feel comfortable laying up on or under another grown man ain't nothing MANly about women are friends sisters aunts nieces or whatever lay
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Woman Discovers Husband Doesn't Change Underwear Daily, Debate Ensues

You think you know someone when you commit to sharing your life with them, but there are always a few surprises that get revealed along the way. One woman was horrified to discover that her husband doesn't change his underwear daily and often goes a few days before changing into a fresh pair. She posted her dilemma on Reddit, asking if she's missing something regarding male hygiene because she (rightly) finds her husband's habit somewhat disturbing. Most people reassured her that men and women share the same basic rules, including changing your underwear on a daily basis. Check out some of the responses to this poor woman's crisis.

woman discovers husband doesn't change his underwear daily and debate ensues | thumbnail Text - Text - Posted by u/Trashy_ramblings 23 hours ago 5 10 9 3 14 My husband says he doesn't need to change his underwear daily. What are the usual rules for male hygiene routines? So I just figured out my husband doesn't change his underwear daily. Sometimes he goes a few days between changes. He says that it's "unrealistic" for people to change their
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Twitter Debate As Tampax Celebrates ‘All People Who Bleed’, In Inclusive Period Campaign

As the world is becoming more and more 'woke,' companies are doing their best to be as inclusive as possible. Corporations are being careful to avoid discrimination of any kind, with some going out of their way to prove just how inclusive they are. Tampax, who in a recent attempt to be inclusive towards trans-people who may still experience periods despite their gender, tweeted, "Fact: Not all women have periods. Also a fact: Not all people with periods are women. Let's celebrate the diversity of all people who bleed!"

The tweet was received mixed reviews and created somewhat of a stir on Twitter, with nearly 30k people commenting. The feminists claimed Tampax's dismissal of women, their primary market, and the only gender who can scientifically menstruate, to be offensive and misogynistic. They especially didn't react well to women being referred to as "people who bleed". But others commended Tampax for their inclusivity, labeling the feminists as 'transphobes', who were confusing sex with gender and denying trans people a period experience. Here are some of the tweets below which show people's responses to the controversial tweet.

Debate on Twitter as Tampax creates inclusive campaign for all people who bleed | thumbnail text - Tampax O @Tampax 000 TAMPAX Fact: Not all women have periods. Also a fact: Not all people with periods are women. Let's celebrate the diversity of all people who bleed! V9: @gobeeharris #mythbusting #periodtruths #transisbeautiful 2:31 AM Sep 16, 2020 · Twitter Web App 2.5K Retweets 8K Quote Tweets 13.7K Likes Buffy the misogynist slayer (cervix haver) @Opiumbrella Replying to @Tampax and @gobeehar
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Twitter Debate About Where A Centaurs Heart Would Be Located

Good question. 

Would the centaurs heart be located in the human half or the horse half? 

Can't say the thought has ever crossed our minds but now we have to know! 

Thank you @FredWuMD for bringing this raising this question. 

centaurs twitter debate heart tweets interesting | FredWuMD Serious question medtwitter: If show up at code, and patient is centaur who had cardiac arrest, ignoring joules question, where do think defib pads should go assuming heart is human part, or B, assuming heart is horse part
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"Do You Wash Your Legs In The Shower" Debate Has Stirred Up The Internet This Past Week (16 Tweets)

And we've collected all the best responses! All started with a tweet but has since gone viral due to Taylor Swift's response to the question on 'The Ellen Show'. Now we want to hear from you -- what do you think? nasty or not? Do you wash your legs in the shower?

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Viral Illustration Showing The Obstacles Faced By Working Women Sparks a Feminist Debate On Twitter

A cartoon has been making rounds in the Twitterverse and for all the right reasons. Businessman and Indian billionaire Anand Mahindra tweeted this comic and it has opened many people's eyes. 

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The Internet Is Going Crazy With This Twitter Debate Of What Comes First, Wetting Your Brush or Putting Toothpaste

It's a debate that has taken twitter by storm... Do you wet your toothbrush first... or put the toothpaste on first?! We know interesting question...thanks to @envyteeee (who has set her account to private) asked the question that turned viral and had many responding.... what is the normal way!?

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