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25 times women called out blatant sexism and exposed the hypocrisy

Correcting centuries of patriarchal conditioning starts with calling out sexism and stereotypes and on an everyday basis.

25 times women called out blatant sexism and exposed the hypocrisy
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Editor's note: This article was originally published on September 28, 2021. It has since been updated.

The patriarchy is pervasive and has invaded all spheres of our lives including our homes, politics and work. It will take decades, if not centuries, to undo all the conditioning and deliberate misogyny that greets us at every turn. Working toward an equal society starts with rebutting and calling out people who further misogyny, unknowingly or knowingly. Cis men live entitled lives in a world that's built to cater to them and reduce sexual and gender minorities to objects, people with limited power and decision-making capabilities. Working toward an equal society sometimes starts with shutting up a person trying to pass off a sexist remark. Reddit page TrollXChromosomes often tracks people shutting down sexist remarks and here are 25 of the best we came across on Reddit and Twitter.

1. Sexist narrative



 

2. 'A man is like a pearl...'

Reddit

3. Don't be a misogynistic piece of sh*t



 

4. Nothing but the truth



 



 

5. Don't smile for a clown



 

6. If anything, that's an invitation to be hit on the head



 

7. Soooo close



 

8. 'We don't whistle'



 

9. 'Not all men'

Twitter

10. You Vs. The Solitude She Told You Not to Worry About



 

11.  Drawing the line at masks



 

12. 'Men is too headache'



 

13. Rigged against women



 

14. The irony 



 

15.  Stop abortion at the source



 

16. Forced birth is what it is.



 

17. Stereotyped even before birth



 

18. Can you imagine?

Reddit

19. Taken to the cleaners

Twitter

20. Women have less bodily autonomy than the dead  



 

21. Men withheld rights



 

22. Do your job!



 

23. Normalize friendships

Reddit

24. Toxic conditioning

Reddit

25. There's no winning

Reddit

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