Thru the Looking Glass: #1 QuestionsFromMen

 And while the majority of people initially using the hashtag were women, men have since begun to use the phrase to, quite rightly, point out that both men and women are subjected to sexism.  Rachel Moss, UK Huffington Post.

Kudos to the UK Huffington Post’s Rachel Moss for being the only mainstream journalist I’ve found to have reported on one of the most obvious aspects of ‘the whole story’.

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Anyone taking the time to read the actual thread will find literally hundreds of examples of sexism and double standards experienced by men.  I’ve include an additional page #QuestionsFromMen highlighting a selection of them, just in case you ever want to educate anyone still struggling with the concept that men experience disadvantages peculiar to their sex also.  Questions like:

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And obviously enough, in 2015 you don’t have to be a man to express your opinion publicly…

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 #QuestionsForMen, highlighting the everyday sexism women have to face and men generally don’t even have to consider.   Jenna Guillaume – Buzzfeed

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