Annoying #LikeaBoy Hashtag Springs Up in Response to the #LikeaGirl Super Bowl Commercial

Not everything's about you, damn it.
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In today's "WTF is wrong with people?" news, delusional "meninists" disguised as proponents of "gender equality" convened on Twitter during Sunday's Super Bowl to express their displeasure with Always's #LikeaGirl campaign.

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Which is scarier: that they all seem to be genuinely offended or that, one day, their children will walk the earth? Luckily, the sane half of Twitter responded in full force: 

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Breathe in, breathe out. Once your blood pressure's near normal levels again, re-watch the ad below, and keep fighting the good fight against sexism and ignorance #LikeaGirl.

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