Editor’s note: This post has been updated.

UPDATE: Hillary Clinton fell for the bogus headline as well:

Original post.

This is a totally BS headline from The Guardian which now has libs dragging NASA because they think the space agency allegedly didn’t have a spacesuit to fit a woman:

The reality? There are no men’s and women’s size spacesuits, which people would know if they read the actual NASA press release instead of this headline:

And it would seem NASA did prepare for the right-sized suit, but astronaut Anne McClain changed her mind (which she should do in this case!). From NASA:

NASA astronauts Nick Hague and Anne McClain conducted the first spacewalk in this series on March 22. Hague and fellow NASA astronaut Christina Koch now are preparing to conduct the second spacewalk Friday, March 29, during which they will continue work started on the first spacewalk to install powerful lithium-ion batteries for one pair of the station’s solar arrays.

Koch had been scheduled to conduct this spacewalk with astronaut McClain, in what would have been the first all-female spacewalk. However, after consulting with McClain and Hague following the first spacewalk, mission managers decided to adjust the assignments, due in part to spacesuit availability on the station. McClain learned during her first spacewalk that a medium-size hard upper torso – essentially the shirt of the spacesuit – fits her best. Because only one medium-size torso can be made ready by Friday, March 29, Koch will wear it.

According to Jeff Foust, who writes for @SpaceNews_Inc, NASA originally planned for McClain to wear a size large suit. It’s not that they don’t have the right size for her on the station, it’s that they don’t have the right size available now and it doesn’t make any sense to delay the spacewalk:

NASA really needs to get ahead of this because, as they say, the sexism narrative is building: