#saturdaysatire: a primer on #everydaysexism

Everything you need to know about everyday sexism, folks. And it’s funny ‘cos it’s true. Though opportunities for women have increased considerably over the past century, insidious everyday sexism continues to inform the female experience. Here are some commonly asked questions about this pervasive form of discrimination: Q: What is sexism? A: The marginalization of babes, honeys, sweethearts, and princesses […]

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#saturdaysatire: spend more money on makeup, you useless spinster

Are you getting your makeup from a drugstore? Shame on you! You’ll never find a husband, best friend, or dream job if you’re wearing cheap Covergirl foundation. You say you can’t tell the difference? Wrong again! It’s time your makeup haul cost you hundreds of dollars, or you’re just not being a woman correctly. Flush All of Your Cheap Makeup […]

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#saturdaysatire: man entirely different misogynist online than in real life

CHATTANOOGA, TN—Explaining how his subtle belittlement and disrespect for women in face-to-face interactions had little in common with the bold, outspoken manner in which he degrades women when he’s on social media or website message boards, sources reported Tuesday that local man Colin McManus is a totally different misogynist online than in real life. McManus, who is said to regularly […]

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#saturdaysatire: five mistakes every woman should dwell on

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Sometimes it feels like we’ve never grown out of that awkward stage. We learn quickly that adulthood does not come with a written set of guidelines that can easily be referred to for answers. We try, we fail, and we learn. The most important thing we can do is to forgive ourselves for the mistakes we’ve made along the way […]

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bonus #tuesdaysatire: man way less upset about female prime minister than female Ghostbusters – @thedailymash

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A MAN who fiercely opposes the all-female Ghostbusters reboot is unconcerned about a female prime minister.  Nathan Muir of Oxford, who has posted more than 450,000 online comments opposing the new Ghostbusters film, described the all-female candidate list to lead the country as “no biggie”. He continued: “Whoever’s most qualified for the job should win, I suppose. They both seem fine. […]

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#saturdaysatire: four networking openers he can’t possibly read as flirting but will anyway

Top of the range advice to keep it all profesh, ladies. Nobody likes networking! And it’s especially frustrating when your networking efforts are mistaken for romantic advances. Here are a few easy conversation starters can help you power through your nerves and forge new connections that make your intentions clear, even though he’ll definitely still think you’re coming onto him, […]

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#saturdaysatire: #Brexit: Guardian reader secretly loving all of this

Yes. More #Brexit. Laugh/ cry remember? A GUARDIAN reader is secretly enjoying being even more earnest than usual because of Brexit. 44-year-old Tom Booker, from Hackney, has been indulging his emotions since the referendum and is planning to spend the weekend at a special yoga and meditation retreat to process his feelings about the EU. He said: “The emotional impact has been […]

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#saturdaysatire: F*ckin’ gobsh*tes

And finally. bc really. BRITAIN is making headlines around the world today after over 17 million gobsh*tes did something rather stupid, WWN can reveal. Exit polling company YouGov confirmed that the biggest winners of the referendum, which saw Britain vote to leave the EU, turned out to be ignorance, casual racism and Nigel Farage’s erection. Many voters were swayed by […]

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#saturdaysatire: Americans confused by system of government in which leader would resign after making terrible decision

srsly. WASHINGTON—In the wake of Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that he would leave office following the United Kingdom’s vote to exit the European Union, tens of millions of Americans expressed their confusion to reporters Friday about a system of government in which a leader would resign after making a terrible decision. “Wait, so he made a really awful choice […]

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