Here’s a quote that might make you go “hmmm”:
"Women birth half the population and we are half the population!" – Nelini Stamp from the Working Families Party #DayWithoutAWoman
— Women's March (@womensmarch) March 8, 2017
Who births the other half? https://t.co/gXw6mtnMsI
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) March 8, 2017
Yeah, but other than that, solid tweet, @WomensMarch!
— Rob Eno (@Robeno) March 8, 2017
@womensmarch Women birth the whole population, though, right?
— Ranchel (@RachelEhnert) March 8, 2017
Where does the other half come from? https://t.co/VqQDiRWBQ8
— CNN Lies & Is Hitler (@NolteNC) March 8, 2017
women birth *half* the population?
Gee I guess college math departments must be struggling today with the absences https://t.co/YO3OaP40CX
— Baby Goat Alliance (@AceofSpadesHQ) March 8, 2017
You too have failed Biology 101. You have also failed Remedial Arithmetic. https://t.co/PPgIiCRBSJ
— Strahan Cadell (@Sartor1836) March 8, 2017
The party of science: https://t.co/Uw33BdKNGY
— CA Conservative (@cacameronGOP) March 8, 2017
The @WomensMarch science is settled, so be careful because any mockery or insolence might be labeled sexist.
Umm… Nelini might want to check her math.
Wait… was that sexist? https://t.co/GFryIJdmXI
— HistoryofMatt (@HistoryofMatt) March 8, 2017
— Larry Farlow (@LarryFarlow) March 8, 2017
I thought I was already pretty appreciative of men, but apparently they're doing more than I realized.? https://t.co/OHYvbBD3wn
— Stacey McDonough (@McDonoughLawVA) March 8, 2017
Better check the math https://t.co/laYt7R4AgT
— Tyler Cassidy (@tocassidy) March 8, 2017
You know the whole stork thing isn't real, right? https://t.co/dYD5o9IOAn
— NoOneOfConsequence (@StarDogCh4mpion) March 8, 2017