It grows more difficult to separate you from the parody account. https://t.co/UOGorfs5Mz
— Holden (@Holden114) April 28, 2016
We’re all familiar with the concept of maternity leave, but what about non-parents? When it comes to leveling that particular playing field, Salon is there:
Yes, non-parents “deserve” maternity leave — we could all use a break for “self-reflection” https://t.co/58T3UXuNtb
— Salon.com (@Salon) April 28, 2016
“Me-ternity leave” doesn’t already exist? Think hard, Salon:
That's called a, "vacation". https://t.co/TZLS6rYWvo
— Drew McCoy (@DrewMTips) April 28, 2016
So now are they going to want paid vacation plus “me-ternity leave” time? That sounds like a job for Bernie Sanders!
It's called vacation. https://t.co/6A8Qa6lnuy
— Taylor Collins (@TaylorPatrickC) April 28, 2016
Isn't that called 'vacation?' https://t.co/ULjm8BIKw5
— I Hate The Media (@ihatethemedia) April 28, 2016
We have it already. It's called 'vacation' https://t.co/Z42Oj3Fws7
— Philip B (@thephilipbrown) April 28, 2016
@Salon I get it. If I worked at Salon, I'd want to get the hell out of there from time to time too.
— Tyler Bors (@TMBors) April 28, 2016
— theRoddick (@_jbarker) April 28, 2016
Can all of Salon take maternity leave for the next forever? https://t.co/TmUzPWSwvk
— Howlin' Mad (@TwoBitWhackJob) April 28, 2016
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