#YesAllWomen: Yes, All Men Should Read It

Today, in response to yet another horrifying act of violence against women, women all over the world took to Twitter to tell their stories of misogyny and inequality. Their tweets range from the genuinely tragic to the depressingly everyday, and I struggled to find a single one that I didn’t identify with on some level. It often takes extreme events like today to start real conversations about gender based violence and discrimination, but the trend #YesAllWomen showed just how much women’s everyday lives are steeped in it. Yes, all women.

The Women Who Spoke Out

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Those Who Missed The Point

Depressingly, some of these are women.

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Those Who Proved The Point

Even more depressingly, so are some of these.

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(Seriously, what even is this one? How about “You can’t hit me, I’m a person, and that’s illegal)

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What a catch.

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Super original. Did you come up with that yourself?

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The Men Who Nailed It

Just in case all that has left you despairing for humanity, let’s hear it for the guys who got it.

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This guy is my new personal hero.

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