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'Gender Reveal Party' Tweets: The Best Part Of This Madness

It's no secret that a majority of folks are completely over the whole 'gender reveal' extravaganza, even the woman who "invented" it actually regrets it! 

However, we can all mostly agree that tweets ABOUT 'gender reveal parties' are something we are completely not over. 

Keep 'em coming.  

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"Gender-Neutral" Has Made Its Way Into The Cookie World

To be completely honest, we never even thought of Gingerbread man cookies as even having a gender, regardless of having "man" in their title. They were just cookies, in our eyes, delicious cookies that belonged in our bellies. 

The year is 2019 and cookies are getting the non-gender treatment. 

A cafe in New Zealand, The Tannery, went viral after the owner renamed his selection of gingerbread men cookies to "gender-neutral gingerbread person" cookies. The owner, Andre Cettina, was inspired to make the change to the classic cookie when a customer asked, "why the human-shaped snacks were called 'gingerbread men' and not 'gingerbread people'."

Story via Daily Mirror

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Women Point Out Why The New "Consent Condom" Requiring Four Hands To Open is Problematic

The "Consent Pack" of condoms created by an Argentine company requires four hands to open, indicating both parties' consent. Some women point out the issues with the idea.

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Guy Gets Roasted After Comparing Period Pain With Scraped Knee Pain

We really hope this guy is being sarcastic...Anyway, the people on twitter (Especially women) had their share on it.  

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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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This Hilarious Book From 1995 Goes Viral For Accurately Summing Up Gender Differences

in 1995, author and former journalist Dave Barry published a book called "Complete Guide to Guys." There was a passage from that book that explained the difference between men and women in such an accurate and hilarious way that people are still talking about it 23-years later. Scroll down and see for yourself. 

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Painter Replaces Men in Classic Western Movies With Strong Women

Massachusetts based painter Felice House started watching Western movies and was horrified by the roles for … anybody except white men basically. She wanted to change it so she sent out a call for female models and the response was overwhelming. Icons like John Wayne, James Dean and Clint Eastwood were replaced and shaped into powerful women. The aim was to make people question power in our modern society and the results are magnificent.


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Controversial Comic Depicts The Difference Between Gender Equality And Feminism

The comic was created by Nick Yaffe from CollegeHumour who took the idea of gender equality, ridiculed it and sparked a lot of controversy.

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15 Inspiring Photomontages That Fought Gender Stereotypes Of The 30’s And 40’s

Grete Stern was a German photographer who fought against gender stereotypes of the 30s and 40s with her strange and surreal images blending typography, advertising, and avant-garde photography to create unconventional depictions of women. In a time when women were expected to keep quiet and stay at home, Stern joined the Bauhaus school and began making work that looks like it could have come straight from a dream. Stern's surreal images feature women as lost and domestic figures. Their eyes are glazed over and hollow. The message here is clear – women are treated as objects. And these photomontages represents how it feels to be lost in that stereotype. Via: So good so bad

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This Artist Created A Powerful Campaign Aimed To Address Gender-Based Street Harassment

Fazlalizadeh is a New York-based illustrator and muralist, who recently created the "Stop Telling Women to Smile Series' to address gender-based street harassment. She pastes portraits of women with captions aimed at men outside in public places around New York. Her impact on tackling street harassment has travelled far and wide, taking on international locations like Paris and Mexico City.
Check out her important work

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