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If you have the urge to say something completely offensive about women in the workplace, it’s a good idea to make sure that the person next to you doesn’t have the ability to live-tweet the conversation.
On Monday in Toronto, editor and coder Lyndsay Kirkham took it upon herself to expose the sexist comments being made by IBM executives through her twitter feed.
Kirkham, who was eating lunch at…
Anonymous said: It mostly just sickens me that people were praising that post bc mcdonalds were "seeing past gender" when in reality, they were trying not to tick off asshole bronies. Even if I were male, I'm still an adult, and I wouldn't pitch a fit or get upset over asking for a "girl" toy. I'd get my damn toy and go.
Anonymous said: When I first saw the mcdonalds toy post I immediately KNEW it was bc of bronies. No doubt in my mind. Because they have never done that for any other gendered toy theme and it's just too convenient that THIS "girl toy" is the one that changes this policy while we all know a large portion of the fan base is male. Too convenient. They'll switch right back when brony MRAs have had their fill of whining. I personally went in specifically for the MLP toys several times and they asked me "boy or girl"
Yeah I didn’t see it as a gender thing at all, to much of a coincidence that it was MLP toys when they decided to change their “policy”
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