Man tells woman childbirth isn’t as painful as feminists say


Just when we thought men couldn’t mess up more than they already have, a man on Twitter shared a post with a woman, stating that “childbirth isn’t as painful as childbirth. say the feminists. Needless to say, this left women online dumbfounded.

The tweet that started it all

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It all started when people were debating the United States Supreme Court’s decision to strike down abortion rights in the country. It was then that a Twitter user shared a post with a woman, herself a mother, stating that “childbirth is not as painful as feminists say”.

It’s truly hilarious and alarming at the same time how men think they can have an opinion about women’s bodies. It’s a body they don’t live in, they don’t understand, and a pain they haven’t felt, but still, the need to explain themselves is supreme.

More often than not, men also decide to make decisions and form an uninformed opinion, which is totally weird. They will not recognize any theories, anatomy, or life experiences that challenge their unquestioned power to be a “provider.”

Hilarious replies put the Twitter user in their place

A man tweets that childbirth is not painful
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Women do not shrink from chauvinism. Several women have tackled this guy without taking him seriously, because he does not deserve it. Take a look at some of the reactions below:

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The annulment of Roe v. Wade by the United States Supreme Court shows what’s wrong with men making decisions for women

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On June 25, the United States Supreme Court voted to strike down the landmark Roe v. Wade casea 1973 ruling that guaranteed federal constitutional protections for the right to abortion.

What is problematic about this verdict is that four of the five judges behind this decision were men. They were men making decisions for women’s bodies and that too for an experience they never had and will certainly never go through. How is this justified?

Men continue to talk about women’s pain and struggles as if it were their own. It is high time they take responsibility for what they say and not bother with misinformation.

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