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Imagine if we talked about historical male figures in the same way we did about their female counterparts.
It might be hard to imagine, but fortunately there’s a Twitter account that’ll help you out.
Man Who Has It All is a humorous Twitter account that highlights how men and women are spoken about in the media.
The account shares things like this:
"Don't assume that someone with the title 'Doctor' is a woman. Men can be doctors too," says sexy little nurse Jack, who isn't a doctor. — manwhohasitall (@manwhohasitall)
MEN! Accentuate parts of your body you like e.g. good legs, to draw attention away from problem areas e.g. the things you do and say. — manwhohasitall (@manwhohasitall)
The account recently asked followers: "My friend is a history teacher. She's compiling a list of great historical figures and she needs a male to add to the list. Suggestions?"
My friend is a history teacher. She's compiling a list of great historical figures and she needs a male to add to the list. Suggestions? — manwhohasitall (@manwhohasitall)
People's responses were spot on
@SWoolzie @AntikaNueva @manwhohasitall Whenever a man gets overemotional I have to ask "oh honey, is it that time of the season?" — G Swain (@G Swain)
And this conversation, too...
@vanbadham @ShaulaEvans @gjohnston33 @manwhohasitall See? This is exactly what I've been trying to help the guys un… https://t.co/mg9mJ0YFz0 — Caitlin S., PhD 😷 (@Caitlin S., PhD 😷)
@KerriHereward @DLVLK @manwhohasitall The focus on princes creates unrealistic expectations in boys. A princess isn… https://t.co/zXxdPjCcVg — Shaula Evans (@Shaula Evans)
It's safe to say that Man Who Has It All has the best followers of any Twitter account.
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