The satirical page has more than 558k followers and shows how absurd sexism is by flipping gender expectations.
Editor's note: This article was originally published on December 16, 2021. It has since been updated.
Sexism has been normalized to the point many don't even see deeply ingrained it is in all of us. A parody account is doing a good job exposing the sexism and the hypocrisy of men who defend sexism. The parody page is titled “Man Who Has It All.” The satirical page flips women for men in their posts to highlight how absurd sexism is and why more men need to step up and take responsibility in their own homes, and otherwise. The hypothetical scenarios where men have to share the majority of the workload just seem so absurd only because women taking on the same workload has been normalized. Even after having to put up with men on a daily basis, women are still told by men to smile. "Men need to smile more because women like positive men" read one post. The Facebook page now has more than 616k followers.
Here are 20 top posts from the page and hopefully, it serves as an eye-opener on how sexist the world is:
"What "rights"? Since when do men get to choose when they become parents? It's a biological imperative that has to be obeyed - they don't get to 'choose'. What meninazi nonsense is this??" wrote Linda Peach.
"Loosen up a bit all you Plain Waynes! Showing a little wrist never hurt anyone," wrote Kim Skinner.
"They'd probably just try to use their masculine wiles to distract the real players. I mean, how am I meant to concentrate on the game when there's a male in front of me wearing a tight shirt? Especially if he leaves an extra button undone?? No, he should stay home with his children and leave the real competition to the women," wrote Amber Lynn.
"I just don’t think their little brains could keep up. And how am I supposed to stay focused on a case when they walk in and distract me with their tight pants?" wrote Cheryl Anderson.
"I always babysit the kids once a month so the husband can get a bit of self-care in, you know, a shower and washing his hair. Perhaps even shave, if he can get it done before they start crying. So, you tell her! You got this papa!" wrote Hannah.