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New service will search for questions about feminism - for a price

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If you have ever written anything on the internet about feminism, you'll most likely have received an email or tweet from a man with questions. Questions such as "why call it feminism and not humanism?", or "do you have an example of this so-called inequality?".

Those men and their questions now have their very own service: the womansplainer. It offers to search on Google for questions about feminism for only $20 - and charges between $50-$100 for longer Twitter conversations.

The site, from Elizabeth Simins, describes itself as a consulting service for men with "better things to do than educate themselves about feminism". We imagine it will be used primarily by women with better things to do than spending their free time explaining basic concepts about equality to men.


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