Feminist pressure forces a corporate rebranding:
After being on shelves for more than 60 years, Kleenex maker Kimberly Clark said it will re-brand its “Mansize” tissues after a rise in consumer complaints cried the product was sexist.
The consumer products company, which sells its “Mansize” tissues in the UK, said due a “consistent increase of complaints on gender concern” the product will now be called “Kleenex Extra Large.”
Meanwhile, a man-sized “female” trounces genuinely female competitors:
The bronze medalist in last weekend’s female cycling championship isn’t pleased she lost to a biological male who identifies as a woman, Jennifer Wagner revealed this week.
Wagner placed third in the women’s sprint 35-39 bracket of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Masters Track Cycling World Championships Saturday. She lost to silver medalist Carolien van Herrikhuyzen and champion Rachel McKinnon, a Canadian-born philosophy professor who “identifies” as female despite being biologically male.
McKinnon boasted that he was the “First transgender woman world champion…ever” and some have taken his win as a milestone for “equality” in professional athletics.
Inequality masquerading as equality.