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Sexist Guy Who Asked Woman's BF To Make Her Watch Her 'Tone' Gets Owned

Meet Kari, a woman from Salt Lake City.

Kari was discussing politics on Facebook (as one does), when she got into an argument with a douche (because: internet).

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Well, "argument" isn't even an accurate representation of what happened. Basically, some guy (who had no problem with her point) decided to insult her "tone" — which is the oldest sexist codeword since "hysteria."

Everyone knows a guy like this. He is the same kind of guy who talks about being an atheist as though it is the '50s and people still think that's edgy.

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Also, this fucking guy's language here makes me want to shart. "See sentences 1 and 5 for reference." Ugh, shut the fuck up, you dingleberry. You are not Facebook's English professor.

Anyway, having been publicly insulted online in a tacitly sexist manner, she decided to respond in kind.

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Now, I don't know what Nick here looks like, but considering all the evidence I've gathered from the above, I'd say this is a pretty good representation of said facial hair:

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Then, Nick, who would not have his (I'm guessing) neckbeard insulted by a human being with two X chromosomes, decided to contact her boyfriend to essentially put her in her place — the presupposition being that, in Nick's mind, men are essentially their girlfriend's boss/parent.

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Please note the telling use of "female" and "male" here. Sexist guys really love to sound like biologists when being sexist.

Kari's boyfriend, who is a champion, then responded to the man's misogyny tantrum with this little masterpiece of not-being-an-asshole:

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Debilitatingly insecure men have, throughout history, chosen to call upon a woman's significant other or father to put her in her place. Because, when you can't win: patriarchy.

Kari posted this exchange on Twitter and it quickly went viral.

Soon she started getting a slew of responses from women who have had this kind of thing happen to them. It is the same recourse, of course, an adult takes when seeing a child misbehaving: "Tell your kid to stop ______ ." Except there are no kids in these scenarios, just women and men with shit for brains.

@uh_huh_h0ney Tl:dr things went too far. Cops were called. Male police show up & talk to my owner about me bringing it on myself. — Amber (@AmberGodarkly) August 22, 2016
@uh_huh_h0ney lol congrats, here's mine from last year pic.twitter.com/Qm8xiZ6Jxi — alex pow***** (@alexpow) August 24, 2016

Citations: hello giggles