By David Futrelle
Some dueling headlines from the Braincels subreddit today.
First, we have a heartfelt plea for love and compassion from the outside world:
Oh but wait, because there’s also this:
And here’s a post expressing nostalgia for the good old days a century ago when women couldn’t vote and men could get away with beating their wives:
FWIW, the 19th Amendment was ratified in August of 1920, so women in fact could vote in the 1920s.
Also, if dudes in the 1920s could have bought women’s soiled undies online, they totally would have because, you know, dudes.
But the broader point is that if you don’t show love and compassion to anyone except fellow members in your online misogyny club, you probably shouldn’t demand it from others?
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