Just in time for Christmas!
The world's preeminent authority on gender, Nat'lGeo, provides parents a warning on toys. https://t.co/J3ONZnhVM8
— BayAreaFrau (@bayareahausfrau) December 17, 2016
Everybody who reads National Geographic does so for the… warnings about toys. Right?
— National Geographic (@NatGeo) December 16, 2016
Trying to compete with Salon and Vox, perhaps? Who knows.
@NatGeo When did NatGeo turned into Buzzfeed?
— Malcolm X-Box (@oldrtyjesus) December 16, 2016
@NatGeo Correction- when media outlets with clear agendas makes something outta nothing, the implications are serious.
— Anthony (@jazzant85) December 16, 2016
My grandparents saved copies of this magazine. That was before it was stuffed with deranged bullshit. https://t.co/zzBTFdzUgg
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) December 17, 2016
@NatGeo 1913- National Geographic expedition discovers Machu Picchu.
2016- Don't buy your daughter a Barbie
— Political Parrot (@bvparrot) December 17, 2016
@NatGeo This is pseudoscientific nonsense. Boys like boyish toys. Girls like girly toys. There are some exceptions in both groups. That's it
— Dr. Wishy Washy (@georgebaggy) December 16, 2016
Remember when you guys did super cool nature and science documentaries? Those were the good days. https://t.co/mhjvArvSgS
— Dalen Duguay (@OGDuckWhisperer) December 16, 2016
— Dan ? (@danieltobin) December 17, 2016
Stop. Please be serious again. https://t.co/scviFvOr7L
— Scott (@FiveChels) December 17, 2016